Intel-based Windows 8 tablets and hybrids from the world's two largest PC vendors, Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard, have been experiencing delays.
Intel and hardware makers such as Dell, HP, Acer and Asus will launch their first major foray into the tablet market today -- more than two years after the introduction of Apple's iPad.
Intel aims at emerging markets with smartphone Atom processors, and Bay Trail Atoms will arrive after that, the company announces at CES 2013.
Chip giant proposes a long list of specifications for upcoming Windows 8 tablets.
Join us late Wednesday afternoon as Asus shows off its Intel Developer Forum wares in San Francisco.
Dell is trying to make its tablets that run the full version of Windows 8 more price competitive.
The 10-inch tablet isn't the flashiest Asus Windows 8 tablet but only time will tell if it's the smartest.
Microsoft is implementing pretty stiff price cuts on some laptop-tablet hybrids. Is this just the beginning?
Tablets based on Intel's new power-efficient Atom chip are faster than ARM rivals on central processing unit benchmarks, according to chip site Anandtech -- which also cites a "bug" that delayed shipment of systems.
Be careful what you wish for: Windows 8 tablets that promise to offer a twofer tablet-laptop device -- something not offered by Apple on the iPad -- are here. But are they up to the task?