Not wanting to lose the tablet market to ARM-based processors, Intel is showing off a slew of "Oak Trail" Atom Z670-based tablets at Computex from manufacturers such as Fujitsu, Lenovo, MSI, and Toshiba. The tablets were running either Windows 7 or Android Honeycomb. Acer is rumored to be coming out with an Oak Trail Honeycomb tablet in July.
Intel has high hopes for its new "Oak Trail" Atom processor and that it can win the tablet market from ARM. Intel is the leading processor in PCs, thanks to its decades long partnership with Microsoft, but has struggled to compete against ARM in the mobile market.
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