Monday, January 2nd 2012

Clover Trail-based Windows 8 Tablets Allegedly set for Q3 2012

According to Digitimes' upstream supply chain sources, two Top 5 PC makers, Lenovo and Acer, are planning to introduce in the third quarter of this year some Wintel tablet PCs based on Intel's Clover Trail platform.

Clover Trail is the third Atom platform to utilize 32nm chips, and it specifically targets tablets, offering higher performance than the Medfield SoC coming in the first half of this year.

Both Acer and Lenovo's alleged Clover Trail tablet PCs are expected to run Windows 8 and may focus on the enterprise market.Source: Digitimes
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2 Comments on Clover Trail-based Windows 8 Tablets Allegedly set for Q3 2012

#1
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
I'll save up for one. Give it a nice screen and decent battery life and you'll have my heart. I'm not a fan of most tablets today, I want a tablet PC. I would rather take a bulkier PC at about 1KG than a lighter Android tablet.
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I would PAY to have a platform called 'Snail Trail'.... And yes I know....Im sad & immature
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