Intel Windows 8 tablet based on Clover Trail: Specs & Features

Intel has demonstrated the capabilities of the new tablet system-on-chip (SoC) Clover Trail, built on the basis of dual-core Atom Z2760 with a frequency of 1.8 GHz and GPU Imagination SGX545. In particular, it is based on Windows 8. We can expect from future products based on the Linux operating system and SoC Clover Trail, for example, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 or Tab ASUS Vivo.

Intel Windows 8 Clover Trail tablet
According to the weight and size characteristics of autonomy and innovation closer to the devices based on the architecture ARM. These will be released with Windows RT on board. In turn, the reference tablet Intel Windows 8 uses a full x86-version of Windows 8. Unit Weight – 680 g, thickness – 8.5 mm. Without recharging it can work up to 10 hours of active use, or up to three weeks in standby mode.
The Intel Windows 8 Clover Trail tablet device has a built-in modules Wi-Fi, 3G/4G, NFC and a display with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. As for the reference price based on future decisions of Clover Trail, it is in the range of $ 800. Also worth mentioning the support for built-in camera with a resolution of up to 8 megapixels, Technology Intel Hyper-Threading and Burst and memory controller LPDDR2. The maximum amount of RAM is 2GB. At present Intel Windows 8 Clover Trail tablet seems to be pretty good and if its real performance would be like as it is promising then in the era of tablets Intel will be able to bring a successful revolution.