Goclever shows their latest Intel powered ipad-mini style tablet, the INSIGNIA 785 PRO. The INSIGNIA 785 PRO is powered by a 2.0Ghz dual-core Intel Atom Z2580 CPU, has a 7.85″ 1024 x 768 resolution IPS display and costs 199 euro. The other Goclever Intel tablet introduced in this video is an 10.1″ tablet powered by Intel Processor. The tablet comes with a magnetic detachable origami-style case with keyboard and touchpad.
Pipo P1 is one of the world’s first Rockchip RK3288 Tablets yet shown features Retina, , to be released perhaps as soon as the end of this month. Pipo also shows some Phablet 6.4″ FHD and other large MT6592 devices, PIpo also shows some Intel powered tablet and tablet with Surface-style keyboard.
Filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) 2014
13-year old Schuyler St. Leger was on stage at the Intel CEO Keynote at CES 2014, he is a tinkerer using 3D printing, arduino, galileo, he is the son of an Intel employee. Showing the 3D augmented reality stuff at the Intel booth, Oculus Rift, Intel Galileo, Intel Edison with Intel Quark SoC, baby monitor, Applebees Presto tablets, Surface Pro 2, Intel RealSense technology and more.
Toshiba’s first Chromebook is 13.3″ (1366×768 resolution). Sadly it uses an Intel Haswell Celeron processor. The Toshiba Chromebook has a fullsized laptop keyboard. In terms of storgage you get 16gb internally and 100gb of cloud storage. The Toshiba Chromebook contains most basic ports such as an HDMI and SDXC slot. The battery life is 9 hours. The Chromebook will sell for $279 and it will be on the market next month.
He was on the stage at the Intel keynote. You can see see more of what he has done on his website: http://www.allyn.com
Pipo is showing their latest tablets at CES 2014, including now an Intel Baytrail Windows 8 tablet, 9.7″ Retina RK3188 with 3G Ultrastick, Full HD 1920×1200 7″ RK3188 with 3G built-in is finally ready. The trend Pipo is for more and more of the tablets to be with phone call functionality.
Arne Weber of faytech Co., Ltd. demonstrates his company’s 8″-22″ All-in-One Touchscreen PCs built around faytech’s proprietary designed mainboard (manufactured exclusively by the industrial division of ASUS). Each of faytech’s fanless industrial Touchscreen PCs can be manufactured using a number of different touch technologies (resistive, capacitive, SAW or IR), and with a variety of connectors to fit any industrial use. Customization is also available including high brightness and IP65/IP68 ratings for outdoor usage. The standard 8″-22″ Touchscreen PC models comes with a 5-wire resistive touchscreen, industrial LCD Panel with LED backlight, Intel Atom N2600 chipset with AMD’s Caicos mobile HD7400 series chipset with dedicated 512MByte RAM (supporting WinXP, Win7, Win8, Linux, 32Bit, 64Bit), 2GByte RAM, 30 or 60GByte SSD, W-LAN and numerous USB and serial connections.
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Rick Merritt provides an overview of the ARM Techcon 2013, talking about some of the latest stories published in EETimes, talking about some of his stories written from the ARM Techcon, talking about some of the highlights at ARM Techcon and in General Technology.
- Toyota Case: Inside Camry’s Electronic Control Module (eetimes.com)
- Why Toyota’s Oklahoma Case Is Different (eetimes.com)
- Qualcomm Buys Arteris Tech, Team (eetimes.com)
- Uncle Sam Puts Out IoT Challenge (eetimes.com)
- Intel Makes 14nm ARM for Altera (eetimes.com)
- Altera’s Secret Processor Unveiled: a Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A53 (eetimes.com)
Nathan Brookwood is an Analyst and Research Fellow at Insight 64, he is the source for the Forbes article The new Intel CEO has changed Intel’s policy, now deciding that it’s actually OK to manufacture ARM Processors in their Fab. Possibly now Intel is also going to make ARM Processors for Apple, Qualcomm, Nvidia, AMD or someone else, possibly also even for themselves, possibly releasing a whole range of Intel ARM Processors to launch if Intel cares to have some reach into Smartphones, Tablets, ARM Laptops, Smart TVs, ARM Desktops, ARM Servers, I think Intel doesn’t need to not contribute to each of those ARM categories themselves too and by fabricating for Chip Makers, it depends what the new Intel CEO finds to be the thing to do for them.
You can read the news right here.
Intel confirms that they are ready to manufacture ARM Processors in their Fab. I’ve been suggesting this for years, now it seems to be true!
At the ARM developers’ conference today, Intel partner Altera announced that the world’s largest semiconductor company will fabricate its ARM’s 64-bit chips starting next year.
Intel is to provide what the market wants, if people want ARM Processors, why should Intel not fabricate them in their Fabs?
Altera Corporation today announced that its Stratix 10 SoC devices, manufactured on Intel’s 14 nm Tri-Gate process, will incorporate a high-performance, quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex™-A53 processor system, complementing the device’s floating-point digital signal processing (DSP) blocks and high-performance FPGA fabric.
Why wouldn’t Intel try to compete with Samsung, TSMC, Global Foundries to make the ARM Processor designs that the market wants!
Altera and Intel are pleased with the early results of the relationship between the companies and this announcement from Altera is consistent with the agreement we announced earlier this year. We have said that we will be open to manufacturing competitive architectures and would evaluate them on a case by case basis,
Also, I believe Intel is probably working on their own ARM Processors designs, why not ARM Intel for Laptops, for Tablets, for Smartphones, for Smart TVs, for the Internet of Things. I believe that Intel’s new CEO was put into place to lead this new strategy at Intel, to make the processors that the market demands for.
Who knows, maybe Intel is able to make some of the best ARM Processors on the market, who knows, maybe Apple wants to make their next ARMv8 64bit Processor in an Intel Fab! Maybe Nvidia, Qualcomm would be happy to have some of their next ARM designs manufactured in Intel’s Fab!
Ramos shows their latest range of Allwinner, Actions, MediaTek and Intel based tablets.
The 8″ Toshiba Encore uses a 8″ 1280×800 touchscreen and an Intel atom processor. The encore is very similar to the Acer Iconia W3. The Toshiba Encore runs x86 Windows 8 OS with Microsoft office included. The Toshiba encore has dual cameras a 2mp on the front and a 8mp on the back. Storage options include 32gb or 64gb with microsd expansion. The Price should be 299 Euros and other sites mention a price of 329 USD.
The Toshiba Satellite ND15t offers a conventional laptop form factor with a touchscreen. Specs include a 11.6″ HD (1366×768) Touch screen, Intel Pentium or Celeron processors and a variety of full sized ports. Expect pricing to be around 399 Euro which would make it one of the cheapest touchscreen laptops on the market. Includes HDMI, USB 3.0, and an 802.11n Wi-Fi.
The first product shown was a Toshiba W30t which is a hybrid laptop and tablet with a detachable screen. The W30t runs on the Windows 8 platform. Similar to other laptop hybrids the W30t keyboard docks includes an additional battery and can achieve up to 10 hours of battery life with the dock plugged in and 5 hours with it removed. The W30t has a 13.3″ touchscreen with an unspecified “HD” (probably 1366×768) resolution. Unlike other tablets and ultrabooks the W30t doesn’t have a ssd and instead has a conventional hard drive. The product comes with either Intel Core processors or AMD APU’s. The price should be 750 USD starting price for the Toshiba and even less with an AMD processor. Expect a Q4 2013 release.
South digital is a subsidiary of South Holdings. South digital is a producer of Tablets as well as laptops.
Arm Cortex A9 Laptop
Intel Atom Laptop for 160 USD
Intel Atom based tablet for 245 USD
Unspefied Android tablet.
Education netbook. They sells 100,000 of these per month.
7″ Allwinner A13 Tablet for 51 USD.
$1350 Blade 13 World’s Thinnest (0.99cm) Lightest (875gr) x86 Laptop by Inhon Communication Ltd. Co.
1. The world’s thinnest laptop is here claimed by Taiwanese manufacturing company. thinnet by .99m and lighetest by 875gm.Blade 13 Carbon beats the NEC by 5g and 2mm while still packing specs comparable to any current Ultrabook. Runs on Windows 8,Options include Intel Ivy Bridge Core i5-3337U or i7-3537U processor, 4GB RAM, a 13.3-inch 1080p HD display, a 128GB or 256GB solid-state drive, three USB ports (two are USB 3.0s), a Mini DisplayPort, a full-sized SD Card reader, and even NFC so you can easily connect to peripherals like headphones wirelessly.Evaloution of CARBON FIBER MATERIAL is the reason behind this innovative product yet to be launched in next month.the company has aroud 50 employees in thier factor has sale record of 2000 units per year till now.
2. Inhone Blade 13 thinnest laptop with chasis made by Plastic,slightly bigger in size. Priced at $1000.
3. Carbon Book 11″ model also available. The company is collaberation with Gigabyte Corp.Inhone designs for Gigayte sells the products.
4. Touch screen laptops & Tablet PCsalso available from Inhone.
-Blade 13 Carbon
-Intel Core i5-3337U
-1800 M Intel HD 4000
-Windows 8 OS
-13.3″ 1920 X 1080
-870gm / 30.7 oz.
-Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
-SDHC Card Slot
-No Wireless WAN (e.g. 3G cellular)
Additional Specs and Accessories.
-IPS / Wide-View Display
-Near-Field Comms (NFC)
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New Intel desktop box.
Here’s Asus’s latest extremely overpriced quite useless use of Android on top of a Wintel machine, using the latest most expensive Intel processor, and instead of using ARM on the Android mode, for no good reason, Asus makes yet another Intel x86 mistake, there’s yet another Intel Atom for Android mode. This over-expensive Intel Asus machine is probably going to cost $1500 and nobody is going to buy it. But here again, Johnny Shy likes to use the time of world media to show off yet another concept that is not going to interest nearly anyone. Good thing the Intel CEO has just been replaced, what the purpose is for this type of product is quite remote. Is Asus going to sell more than a few thousand of these overpriced quickly outdated devices worldwide?
Ramos X1 and X10 on Exynos5250 ARM Cortex-A15 and other devices with Actions quad-core, Exynos 4412 and more
Ramos shows their latest range of tablets, including the Ramos X1 that uses the Samsung Exynos5250 ARM Cortex-A15 processor, a bunch of Actions ATM7029 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 and they even show an Intel Atom tablet.
My non-disclosure agreement expires today, you can read the official press release at http://intel.com/press
SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 1, 2013 – Intel Corporation’s board of directors has announced that it has selected Charbax to be its new CEO effective May 23rd 2013. Charbax is being given full control over the company, tasking Intel’s engineers to design and release ARM Processors in the months to come, the new company motto is to supply market demands instead of trying to control them. More information about Intel’s new corporate priorities to follow in the next few weeks.
I’m excited to announce that the Intel board of directors has named me to be their new CEO. As I have been noticing from looking at my visitor statistics, hundreds of Intel employees have been visiting my blog at least weekly for over a year, they tell me that many of my posts have been sent around their executive offices and that they have then thought about considering me in their search for a new CEO.
I was surprised to hear Intel would hire someone like me as CEO of a $105 Billion Silicon Valley company. My background is just being a technology video-blogger, but the board of directors have convinced me, they are giving me complete freedom in choosing what to do with all engineering and fabrication resources at Intel corp. And I am also allowed to continue to blog on http://ARMdevices.net at the same time, so you can expect me to post more videos here, not fewer.
Here are my priorities for Intel to be enacted as soon as possible (expect official press releases to come in the next 2-3 weeks):
1. Intel to announce Licencing of the ARM Architecture, as well as licencing of ARM Cortex-A15/A7, Mali-T600 series GPU and ARM Cortex-A57/53. Intel is going to dedicate most R&D resources into making the worlds best ARM Processors.
2. Intel Fabs are hereby going to be optimized at making ARM Processors for third party companies. Apple has expressed interest in having Intel fabricate the Apple A6X and future Apple ARM Processors. Intel will do its best to supply Apple and anyone else with some of the worlds most advanced ARM Processors. 22nm ARM Process node manufacturing is available within the next 3 months, 14nm FinFet process node manufacturing of ARM designs to be in full mass production in Intel’s Fabs by the end of the year.
3. Intel Ultrabook to be renamed the Intel Ultra Expensive Notebook division. Intel does hereby invest in ARM Powered Chromebook. Intel to provide full featured ARM Cortex-A15/A7 big.LITTLE designs in mass production within 3 months from today targetted at $199 ARM Powered Chromebooks. Customers Lenovo, HP, Asus, Acer are to announce ARM Chromebooks using Intel’s ARM big.LITTLE processor. Intel expects the ARM Chromebook to overtake x86 Laptop shipments by the middle of this year and Intel is going to do its best to supply to a majority of those ARM Powered laptops.
4. Intel to invest $1 Billion in the ARM Powered One Laptop Per Child project. Official apology letter sent to the One Laptop Per Child foundation with the title: “We are sorry to have delayed the distribution of laptops to children in developing countries around the world”.
5. Intel to use own ARM Architecture licence to optimize ARMv8 64bit design for ARM servers. Intel is going to deliver mass production of 64bit ARM Server designs by the end of this year.
6. Intel allows Microsoft rename Windows RT into Windows 8 Value Edition. Intel will aim at supplying a new range of Windows 8 Value Edition ARM laptops at sub-$299 by the middle of this year. Intel recommends Microsoft open source and free the Windows 8 Value Edition source code, to optimize their chances in gaining market share, but that decision is up to Microsoft. Expect more on this to be announced by Microsoft in the weeks to come.
7. Proprietary projects Thunderbolt and Intel Wireless Display are abandoned, all in favor of USB 3.0 and WiHD open standards.
8. Intel to appologize to AMD and Nvidia for last decades of anti-competitive behavior. Promises to not use anti-competitive behavior going forward.
This is a major pivot for Intel’s business model, the board of directors have full confidence in me being able to guide them through this major inevitable change. Supplying market demands and not trying to dictate and control market trends is hereby Intel’s future role in this industry.