Intel details Z3000 Bay Trail chips for tablets and hybrids, claims up to 2x CPU and 3x GPU performance

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Intel barely existed on the mobile scene two years ago, and yet the company’s Clover Trail chips for low-power tablets and hybrids have already had a huge impact on the Windows PC market — not least by rendering Windows for ARM (aka Windows RT) largely redundant . But Clover Trail’s performance in devices like the Acer Iconia W3 or Lenovo IdeaTab Lynx is far from perfect, especially with Windows 8 desktop applications and anything that involves 3D graphics, and that’s why we’re more than ready for its successor: Bay Trail , which is based on the next-generation 22nm Silvermont architecture . Intel has today detailed three families of Bay Trail chips, the most interesting of which is undoubtedly the Z3000-series for tablet form factors, and you can catch up on these new SoCs right after the break. Filed under: Desktops , Laptops , Tablets , Intel Comments

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Intel details Z3000 Bay Trail chips for tablets and hybrids, claims up to 2x CPU and 3x GPU performance

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