Windows 8, the future of the existing Windows version is also going to brighten the future of the leading hi-tech gadgets manufacturer. The right time has come to talk about Windows 8, as it’s related activities are on the peak to rollout the updates.
Likewise, a recent update has revealed that Intel might be privately or publicly will be showing the Clover Trail-based prototype tablets running on Windows 8 at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) later this month.
With this news update one more news have also came in light that Acer and Lenovo have keenly shoen their interest in the new Intel chip type “Clove Trail” and are also expected to bring out Clover Trail tablets running Windows 8 in the third quarter of this year. Samsung has already introduced its Windows 8 tablets at the Windows Build Conference.
Now coming on the Intel, it is reportedly found that the Intel is prepping a dual-core Atom chip, which is expected to be revealed at the same time when Microsoft is going to reveal Windows 8. Though Windows 8 in itself is a big treasure box but to make it a real big difference a major push has been made by introducing the Intel’s Clover Trail silicon by the greatest technology chipmaker for Windows 8 tablets. Intel Chips on Windows 8 is going to brighten the future of the technology.
Medfield is the next iteration of Intel’s Atom line that figures prominently in the company’s plans to win over mobile device makers and the next lined up following the Medfield is Intel Clover Trail. The new chip Clover Trail is going to be laden in the tablets running Windows 8 operating system. According to the sources it is believed that Clover Trail is a continuation of the chip that uses Medfield single core and will be marketed in March 2012.
To attract the maximum vendors to use chips from Intel, the company is also planning to, a computational process that will support processor dual core and Clover Trail will be marketed in mid-2012.