Intel 2011 Tablet Articles

Popular Intel Articles for 2011

HP EliteBook 2760p Review

Those in the market for a business-class convertible laptop have a new and powerful option in the new HP EliteBook 2760p. The 12.1-inch pen- and touch-enabled tablet sports a rugged[...]

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Review

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 is a Windows 7 tablet that features a 10.1-inch capacitive multitouch screen powered by a single-core Intel Atom processor. At first glance, the Q550 looks like[...]

TabletKiosk Releasing Sahara Slate i500 Windows 7 Business Tablet

TabletKiosk is currently presenting the brand new Sahara Slate i500 at Computex 2011. The tablet is one of several recently announced devices sporting Intel-manufactured chips, and looking past its processor[...]

Fujitsu Planning Sliding and Folding Convertible Tablets

News has just come out about two anticipated, very different tablets from Fujitsu. Both will feature keyboards; however one will be a Windows 7 slider powered by an Intel Oak[...]

ASUS to Unveil Windows 8 Ultrabook Convertible in 2012?

ASUS will likely unveil a notebook with the combined features of an ultrabook, tablet and a swivel screen with the assistance of Intel in June 2012 at Computex Taipei, according[...]

ViewSonic, Gigabyte Announce Tablets at Computex

We knew there would be dozens of tablets at Computex this year, and Gigabyte and ViewSonic have just added three more, including one running the new Intel Oak Trail Z670[...]

Intel Chips to Be Featured in 10 Tablets at Computex

Intel continues to assert that its chips will soon have a greater presence in tablets, and we may be seeing some proof of that come May 31, in the form[...]

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Available for Pre-Order

The Intel-chip-based Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 professional tablet has become available for pre-order on Fujitsu's website, coupling Windows 7 Professional with industry standard display capabilities, all wrapped up with an attractive[...]

Microsoft Making Four ARM-Friendly Windows 8 Versions: UPDATE x2

It looks like someone at Intel has loose lips as a company exec let slip Microsoft plans to release multiple versions of its next Windows operating system, Windows 8, and[...]

IDF2011: Intel Shows Off Medfield-Based Superthin Android Tablet Prototype

At IDF in San Francisco this morning, Intel showed off an upcoming Android tablet based on its mobile-oriented Atom CPU, codenamed Medfield. They didn't give many details out about the[...]

Intel Ups Its Presence In Tablets With New Chip

Seemingly in response to the overwhelming number of tablets powered by ARM chipsets, Intel announced that it has begun to ship a new Atom processor designed specifically for tablets.

Hasbro Sues ASUS Over Transformer Prime Name

It seems that the name of the Transformer Prime tablet hits a little too close to home for Hasbro, as the toy company is suing the maker of the device,[...]

Intel Oak Trail Tablets to Debut Next Month

Intel-based tablets are currently few and far between, but it appears that the company is now making a serious foray into the market by introducing tablets sporting its new Atom[...]

Intel Pushing into Mobile with Ivy Bridge

Intel, the world's leading semi-conductor manufacturer, has clear designs to enter the mobile chip market. Newly developed Ivy Bridge technology will greatly assist the company in making an attractive line[...]

Acer Launching Iconia M500 MeeGo Tablet

Intel continues its mobile push with the announcement at Computex 2011 that an Intel-powered MeeGo tablet will soon be available from Acer in its Iconia M Series line.

Rumor: Acer to Soon Launch Intel-Based Honeycomb Tablet

By all indications, Intel is serious about getting its Oak Trail chips into Android tablets, and a new rumor suggests Acer may have a 10-inch Intel-based Honeycomb tablet ready to[...]

Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet Appears on Intel Press Page

Earlier this year, Lenovo showcased a prototype of its IdeaPad featuring one of the new Intel Atom Oak Trail chips, and that tablet has now surfaced on Intel's press page[...]

Intel, ARM Jockeying for Position in Mobile Chip Market

During his keynote speech at Computex 2011 Sean Maloney, Intel's Executive Vice President, highlighted the chipmaker's move to mobile and attempt to enter the tablet-sphere that is currently dominated by[...]

ARM and Intel Have Bright Futures in the Mobile Market

ARM and Intel are gearing up for a busy future in which their hardware -- the A-15 and x86 processors, respectively -- will be making appearances in many different mobile[...]

Intel Forms New Mobile Communications Unit

In an attempt to catch up in the smartphone and tablet race, Intel is combining four divisions under a new mobile communications unit, where it hopes to gain more traction[...]