The PC-on-a-stick will come pre-loaded with Windows 8.1 for $149, or Linux for just $89, when it starts shipping in March.
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The E Fun Nextbook will feature a quad-core Intel Atom processor and include a detachable keyboard when it becomes available in time for the holiday shopping season.
The business-friendly solid-state-storage lineup comes in 2.5-inch and M.2 formats with capacities up to 480GB.
ASUS Viewbook Intel 10" 64GB Tablet $171
$20 off Intel 525 Series SSDMCEAC180B301 180GB mSATA SATA III 6Gbps SSD
$20 off refurbished ASUS RB-T100TA-B1-GR Atom 1.33GHz quad 2-in-1 touch 10.1" laptop w/ 2GB RAM & 32GB SSD at TigerDirect
$20 off refurbished ASUS RB-T100TA-B1-GR Atom 1.33GHz quad 2-in-1 touch 10.1" laptop w/ 2GB RAM & 32GB SSD
The company has overclocked the controller and NAND flash, slapped a skull on the new solid-state drives, and priced them from $249 when they become available next month.
Chipmaker Intel unveils new 22nm dual-core and quad-core 64-bit Atom SoCs which the company claims is faster than Apple's A7 and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 chips.
Intel has unveiled the specs of a new toughened tablet powered by its Atom Z2520 processor.
The budget 7-inch B1 gets slimmer and faster, while the 7.9-inch A1 upgrades to an Intel Atom processor.
The Atom family of processors has long promised reasonable performance with good battery life for mobile gear. Bay Trail finally fulfills that promise by Intel.
The next frontier for tweakers was on display at PAX Prime, with more details supposedly to come at an upcoming IDF session.
Intel is rumored to be getting ready to slash six months off the Atom timeline, bringing low-energy parts to market faster than ever before, and putting it in a strong position to compete against ARM.
The latest hybrid device from the company runs on an Intel Atom processor and includes 64GB of storage capacity.
Atom C2000 SoCs offer the performance of Xeon processors with the added benefit of the extra features found on SoCs.
Solid state drives are designed to access data quickly and vendors are arguing that Flash has reached the point where it's cost effective compared to traditional drives.
After many false starts, Intel may finally be gaining momentum in mobile with several wins in tablets and hybrids announced this week at Computex, and new Silvermont processors and a global 4G LTE modem on the way.
Intel officially unveiled its fourth-generation Core processors for a "new breed of 2-in-1 devices." At the same time the company said its upcoming Silvermont Atom would be extended into notebooks, convertibles and all-in-ones starting as low as $400.
Intel is hoping to gain more support for devices that use its Atom mobile chip by releasing a set of tools that the company says makes it easier to develop apps for Android devices that use ARM, as well as Intel, chip designs.
More than five years after Intel first announced Atom, the company has introduced the first top-to-bottom redesign of its low-power processor. With the Silvermont microarchitecture, does Intel finally have all the ingredients to challenge ARM in smartphones and tablets?
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