At the same time, Intel already has several vendors like Fujitsu, Toshiba, Lenovo, NEC, Dell, ViewSonic, along with others developing tablets using the chip maker’s newest Atom processor, known as Oak Trail, announced in April. Thirty-five tablets will be released using the new chip, according to Intel.
Several of those tablets were shown at Computex running Android, Windows 7 and Intel’s own operating system, MeeGo. Intel has said all three operating systems will be able to run on the same tablet very soon.
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