64 bit chips. LOL.
tegra is too little too late. All their chips are late, and they are losing big money on it, with NO HOPE of SUCCESS. Qualcomm has cornered the market, and tegra has to sell for real cheap, even there they have to compete with Intel.
Just didling around with tegra right now is fools gold.
Intel has worked out an ambitious roadmap offering CPU platforms for entry-level to high-end tablet models in 2014, according to sources with Taiwan's tablet supply chain.
Intel has launched Bay Trail-T supporting Windows 8/8.1 and will launch Android-supporting models at the end of 2013, the sources indicated.
Intel will launch entry-level Android-supporting Bay Trail (Z3735D series) specifically for use in 7-inch tablets priced at US$99-129 and 7- to 8-inch models at US$149-199 in first-quarter 2014, the sources said. The Bay Trail and Cherry Trail platforms also target 8- to 10-inch tablets priced at US199-249 and 10-inch models above US$249, the sources indicated.
In September 2014, Intel will unveil Cherry Trail, a platform based on 14nm Airmont architecture and supporting 32- and 64-bit Windows 8/8.1 and Android, the sources noted. Intel will also release Windows- and Android-supporting Willow Trail based on 14nm Goldmont architecture in fourth-quarter 2014, the sources added.
In addition to tablets, Intel will launch 22nm-based Merrifield and Moorefield for smartphones in first-quarter and third-quarter 2014 respectively, the sources indicated, adding the two platforms can be used in Android tablets as well.
Who needs a $229 or a $199 tablet, when a $89 tablet does everything that the $199 tablet does.
when a $89 tablet does everything that the $199 tablet does.
Does that mean Nvda has closed below the 50 dma? WOW!! looks like its going down now. Breaking the 50 dma is not good IMO.
I didn't think so.
$199 for a tegra tablet is just too much.
Lots of Intel based PC's for less than $400 at Best Buy.
Even many of the tea baggers love the subsidies. Only the crazy idiots on Fox News keep bad mouthing it now.