On it's Computex stand, Intel dedicated an area to showing off an array of tablets -- Windows and Android -- that all featured Intel Inside, such as this Dell Venue 7.
June 5, 2014 7:10 PM PDT
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The 7-inch FonePad K012 from Asus runs Android and has calling features built in.
The K013 -- probably a new MemoPad -- has a 7-inch IPS screen.
Running Windows, the Iconia W4 is an 8-inch tablet available now.
A low-cost Windows tablet from Dell, CNET's Dan Ackerman said it came "close to being great" and scored it three and a half stars.
Launched back in April, the budget-priced One 7 runs Android and has a "kid-friendly" feel.
A truly entry level Windows tablet from Chinese company Emdoor, the EM-i8080 is just US$100.
It's an Acer, but this Android tablet had the rear information covered up and a lock on its settings to stop us finding out any other information.
The ME181 looks like it's also the MemoPad 8 -- an Android tablet that, as the name suggests, has an 8-inch screen.
The ElitePad series from HP are Windows tablets designed for business.
Part of the IdeaPad series, the Miix 2 is an 8-inch Windows tablet.
The X98 is a 9.7-inch Android tablet with a 2048 x 1536 resolution display.
A 10-inch Windows tablet from Toshiba.
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