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Old 11-21-2012, 07:57 AM   #222
fjtorres
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Originally Posted by HansTWN View Post
Would I like to have the choice of more apps --- of course.
The thing's been out for, what?, a month?
Give it a year. The apps will come.

For that matter, this is what next year's Win8Pro tablets will have available:
http://www.zdnet.com/leaked-intel-at...97/?s_cid=e539

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Bay Trail-T is the follow-on for Intel's Clover Trail platform, but with a number of improvements. First, it is based on 22-nanometer architecture as opposed to Clover Trail's 32-nanometer architecture, which, according to the roadmap, means half the power consumption.

The leaked Intel documents suggest that video battery life is up, from about 9 hours for Clover Trail to more than 11 hours for Bay Trail-T hardware.

The number of cores have also been bumped from two to four, though since Intel has ditched Hyper-Threading the number of threads stays at four. Despite this, the core increases, combined with a clock speed boost from 1.5GHz to a far more respectable 2.1GHz, offer a 50 to 60 percent performance improvement.

Bay Trail-T also offers support for 3D cameras and USB 3.0. The processor is also fully compatible with Windows 8.

Powering the graphics side of the SoC is the HD 4000 chip found inside the Ivy Bridge processors, which offers DirectX 11 support, display resolutions up to 2,560 by 1,600 pixels, and boosts performance by at least three-fold. This puts Bay Trail-T well ahead of both Clover Trail and ARM's Cortex-A15 platform
I expect we'll hear a lot about Bay Trail-T at CES 2013.
The ball is in ARM's court, now.
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