Intel Unveils Android Tablet Storybook

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

The popularity of tablet recently sparked manufacturers competing to bring their own tablet to the market. Intel, number-one x86 processor manufacturer in the world's seems interested to enliven the tablet market with their own tablet product, Storybook. Previously, Intel and Lenovo has launched its Classmate PC earlier this year for the education sector. Classmate PCs powered by Intel Atom N2600 with storage capacities up to 320GB.

Intel adopted the same sales pattern like their previous product Classmate PC products that target the lower middle-class market. Tablet PC is expected to be made ​​by Intel platform powered by Intel's Medfield that has been in optimizing for smartphones and tablets.

As quoted from VR-Zone, it is unclear how the screen resolution used and other features found in Intel Storybook. Storybook tablet is expected to adopt dual operating system. One of operating system that embedded in the tablet is Google Android.

Intel tablet is expected to be released into the market in the second half of this year and is estimated to worth about $ 299, or about 2.8 million. Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) which has a close relationship with Intel as well as the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) for the Classmate PC is expected to also develop Intel Storybook.

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