Intel has the iPad in their sites, and they aren't about to let it gobble up all that juicy, new tablet market share. In his opening remarks at Computex 2010, Intel CEO Paul Otellini claimed that tablets are expected to grow at 73-88% CAGR (compound annual growth rate) in the coming years (CNET).
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Intel VP Mooly Eden also had some demo units to show off. He waved around an ultra tiny tablet that looked a lot like an iPad with a thinner bezel. He also waved around a new uber-thin netbook. Both devices were examples of Intel's focus on dual-core Atom processors for netbooks and tablets.
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“(People) want it to multitask. So, we deliver dual-core to be able to do several things in parallel.” Amen, Eden. Don't forget about battery life, though!