Intel's Core M chip might be on the way -- and bringing new, thinner Windows tablets with it -- but until then, Intel's happy to show off an impressive array of existing tablets with Intel inside.
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.
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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