The #Xiaomi #MiPad2 tablet has already been certified by the Chinese authorities a couple of months ago. The device has now made its way to GeekBench, suggesting that a launch is imminent. The tablet is shown to be packing a 2.24 GHz Intel Atom x5-Z8500 chipset, which is new for a Xiaomi device. But from what
ASUS is currently heavily focused on its smartphones (ZenFone) and wearables (ZenWatch and yet to be launched ZenWatch 2). However, it seems like the company could soon have its own tablet as well with the ZenPad 8 leaking out in new 4:3 press renders. The press render also tells us that the smartphone is running
Samsung’s Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro series have always catered to the high end productivity oriented markets. It seems like the company is ready to push the envelope this year with a potential successor leaking out today. This mystery Samsung tablet is shown to be running on Intel’s Z8500 quad core SoC with a
Swiss watch maker Tag Heuer has just announced a partnership with Google and Intel to bring a new luxury Android Wear smartwatch to the market. It is said that this wearable will take on the recently unveiled Apple Watch, which is expected to be one of the most talked about luxury smartwatches in the market.
Lenovo has just unveiled its latest budget offering known as the Tab S8 sporting a pretty decent specs sheet. The highlight of the device apart from the price is the Intel ATOM processor that’s being used on board. Lenovo has used Intel chipsets on its smartphones before, so this isn’t a first for the company.
LG has just shown off its latest tablet/notebook hybrid which is also part of its popular Tab Book series. The device has a keyboard embedded beneath the display which can be popped up as you can see from the image above. We’ve seen a few devices like these, including the most recent Tab Book from LG
Last week the second largest tech show in the world after Germany’s CeBit was held in Taipei, Taiwan. Computex 2014 which ran from June 3 to 7 allowed several companies to showcase some of their upcoming products and technologies. We’re not talking about small companies here but the heavy hitters such as Intel, AMD, Nvidia,
Intel has great ambitions for the tablet market as we all know. Its recent partnership with Rockchip is testament to that. The chip maker is now claiming that the company’s ATOM processors will be powering over 130 tablets this year which includes both Windows and Android. That’s a massive figure by any stretch of the imagination,
One of the world’s largest semiconductor chip maker has partnered with China’s fastest growing fabless semiconductor company to bring next-gen Intel Atom processors to low-cost Android tablets. Intel announced that it has entered into an agreement with Rockchip to bring its architecture to entry-level tablets worldwide. Under this agreement both companies will be working to
ASUS seems to be working on a refresh to its MeMo Pad 7 tablet according to a new leak. And interestingly, this new version of the company’s popular 7 inch tablet is said to be running on an Intel Bay Trail processor. We knew that Intel is vying to get into the Android segment again after
The Android platform usually runs on ARM-based chips however this isn’t stopping Intel from developing a solution to let this operating system run on its processors. The company even has its “Android on Intel Platforms” project that develops Android images and tools for the Intel processors. Right now the company has released a new build
Consumers who love to replace the existing firmware of their smartphones with a custom ROM such as CyanogenMod might not be able to do it easily with devices that will use Intel’s next generation 64-bit Merrifield processor. This new processor is the company’s most powerful mobile processor to date that offers a long battery life.
Intel has great ambitions to enter the wearables segment, starting with a few smartwatches of its own. The company has now acquired a little known smartwatch manufacturer named Basis in what could possibly be a hint of things to come. The company is known for devices like the Basis B1 Health Tracker which can do plenty
According to a leaked Intel road map, the company could launch a couple of new mobile chipsets at next week’s MWC event in Barcelona. The document reveals the existence of two new mobile chipsets for smartphones and tablets respectively. One of these is targeted towards standard Windows based tablets, but that isn’t expected to build