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Friday, 07 June 2013 09:31

Bay Trail-T reference tablet sports 2560x1440 screen

Written by Peter Scott

Runs Windows and Android

Aside from Haswell, Intel did not have much to show off at Computex, but it did have a very interesting reference tablet design.

The tablet is powered by a quad-core Bay Trail-T chip and it features an impressive 2560x1440 10-inch screen. It weighs 611g and Anandtech reports it’s no thicker than a current generation iPad.

Sounds good, and it gets better. Since it’s powered by an x86 chip, it can run both Windows 8 and Android 4.2.2. There is still no word on the exact spec, but it appears to feature a couple of mini display outs and USB 3.0.

Pricing is the key issue. Although Intel likes to talk about cheap upcoming Windows 8 tablets, they have yet to materialize. On the other hand the hardware looks pretty good and a high-res screen is not something we see in Windows tablets every day.

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