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Friday, 27 December 2013 10:25

LG has Bay Trail tablets in the works

Written by Fudzilla staff



Hardly surprising, but there's not much info

LG is getting back into the tablet game and it won’t just do Android tablets like the LG G Pad 8.3.

 

It also has a Windows 8.1 tablets powered by Bay Trail processors. However, information is still sketchy, although a few prototypes were imported into India over the last month or so.

The official model number is 11T, but apart from that there is really not much to go on. Two different prototypes were imported from China to India in November, based on Intel Z3770 and Z3740 processors.

It is unclear whether these are compact 8-inch devices like the G Pad 8.3, or 2-in-1s like the Asus T100. In any case LG has Bay Trail tablets in the works.

In addition, LG has a few Haswell hybrid prototypes based on Haswell ULV chips like the Core i5-4200U.

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