Intel to launch cheaper Bay Trail tablet processors in Q2, 2014: Report

According to a report in Bay Trail family of processors

Intel seems to have understood that it is the cheaper Android tablets that are going to sell as high-end model continue to fail against Apple iPad. The success of Nexus 7, Kindle Fire and other such tablets is a proof of this.

“Although Intel has already offered subsidies for its Bay Trail-T processors including Atom Z3740 and Z3770 at US$32 and US$37 and another 10% off for bulk purchase, they are still less competitive in pricing compared to ARM-based quad-core processors,” Digitimes noted.

The specifications of these upcoming processors are unknown at this point.


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1 thought on “Intel to launch cheaper Bay Trail tablet processors in Q2, 2014: Report

    DVG

    (October 16, 2013 - 8:35 pm)

    Late Kumbakern, walk-up after burdened OS $$$$ not working

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