Lenovo's finally ready for users to try out the K900, an Intel Atom-powered handset that was announced back at CES early last month. Here are our thoughts.
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The Clover Trail processor will be chip giant's major launch vehicle for Windows 8 tablets, CNET has learned.
Will Windows 8.1 tablets take off? A lot of it depends on the performance of Intel's new chip combined with head-turning designs.
Get ready for a new breed of tablets and hybrids sporting Intel's Atom chip and Windows 8.1. One of the first out of the gate is the Toshiba Encore.
Offering low-powered Intel Atom tablet/laptop hybrids for $750 or more is a dodgy proposition for budget-looking systems such as the Iconia W510, but all-day battery life is a great selling point.
A short video shows off the power of Intel's Clover Trail + platform on the Lenovo K900.
The chip giant said its Clover Trail+ chip has double the performance and triple the graphics capabilities of its predecessor. And it reveals Asus to be a new customer for a couple of its mobile chips.
My experience with Google Maps not getting along with Apple's multitouch mouse was really annoying. But in the last couple weeks, it's become intolerable.
Intel is demonstrating a Windows 8 tablet at CES that uses its future Clover Trail Atom processor--which will be Intel's platform for Windows 8 tablets.
Intel will take to the stage at Computex at 4.00pm AEST today to talk about the latest developments in its Ivy Bridge processors, its upcoming Clover Trail chips and the future of computing.