At the Computex trade show, 2012 in Taipei, Intel announced “20 designs in their labs based on Clover Trail”. Clover Trail is actually code name of the Atom Z2760 chips. Many of the tablets currently in the labs are planned for release in conjunction with Microsoft's Windows 8, a touch-optimized OS due for release later this year. Asus at Computex announced the Asus Tablet 810 with an 11.6-inch screen, Intel's Clover Trail processor and the Windows 8 OS. Lenovo has already said it will release a ThinkPad tablet with Windows 8 running on Intel chips, and Dell has said it would release a Windows 8 tablet later this year.
Tablets with Clover Trail chips will be less than 9 millimetres thick, weigh less than 680 grams and provide more than nine hours of battery life, Intel has said. The features will also include 3G/4G LTE capabilities and advanced security and manageability features. Intel's main competitor for Clover Trail will be ARM, whose processors go into most tablets and smartphones today.
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