We knew that Intel wouldn’t let Mobile World Congress pass by without at least an announcement of an Intel powered Android tablet. At the Intel stand (booth) they are showing off the Lenovo IdeaPad K2110. While this new tablet resembles most of the 10″ Android tablets currently available on the market, this one is running
Intel didn’t jump into Android when everyone else did. They took three years to design what they are hoping is the perfect processor to handle all the rigorous processes in an Android device. They also seemed to listen to the Android community, other manufacturers and the consumer when designing their Atom processor for Android devices.
A little while back, during the Intel Developer’s Conference, Google’s Andy Rubin announced that Intel was developing Atom processors specifically for Android devices. Intel’s entry into the processor business for Android phones pits them against the likes of Qualcomm, Nvidia, Samsung and Texas Instruments. All of which have been powering Android for quite some time.
During the 2011 Intel dev eloper’s conference, Google’s head of Android, Andy Rubin had announced that Intel would start designing and manufacturing chip sets for Android devices. Not only that but in Intel powered Android devices the entire device would be optimized for the Intel Atom platform. Tuesday at CES 2012 in Las Vegas, Intel CEO