We all know that Intel plans to enter the smartphone and tablet market sometime in 2012 with the release of its new Atom chip codenamed Medfield. We’ve all seen the render of the Medfield phone before, so if you’ve ever wondered how Intel’s Medfield-powered tablets would look like, you’re in luck. The folks over at Android Community managed to get their hands on a Medfield developer tablet that was shown off during the Intel Developer Forum conference in the past and snapped some pictures of it.
The tablet has a 10.1″ display, and has a Medfield dual-core processor that is running at 1.6GHz, with graphics processing capabilities touted to beat the Tegra 2 and Qualcomm’s S3 1.5GHz dual-core processors. Since it is a developer tablet, it probably isn’t going to be what consumers will be getting their hands on in the future. Besides the tacky design on the back, it looks just like any other regular tablet but I guess it’s what on the inside that counts.
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