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Friday, 24 January 2014 09:01

Intel to launch more Bay Trail-T parts

Written by Fudzilla staff



Going after cheaper tablets now

Intel recently announced that it plans to ship 40 million tablet parts this year, so it is hardly surprising that it is planning to roll out a few more tablet parts, especially in the low-end segment.

According to a leaked OEM roadmap, picked up by CPU World, Intel will expand the Bay Trail-T line-up in both the high- and low-end.

The Z3775, Z3775E and Z3775D should end up somewhat faster than the currently available Z3770 and they will go after $200+ segment. The chips are expected to ship sometime in late Q1 and they will be used in Android and Windows products.

The Z3735D and Z3735E are designed for the $149 to $199 segment. They will be used in Windows and Android tablets, but there is no word on availability.

As for the Z3735F and Z3735G, they are aimed solely at Android tablets priced from $99 to $149. They should ship in late Q2 or early Q3.

Intel is expected to introduce next generation Cherry Trail SoCs by the end of the year.

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