Intel Reveals Their 10-inch Android Tablet Design, Aimed At Schools

Posted: Feb 7 2014, 1:29am CST | by , in News | Tablets

Intel reveals their 10-inch Android tablet design, aimed at schools
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The world-wide famous chipmaker company, Intel, has recently shown off some designs for a new 10-inch tablet from their house, which is basically aimed at the schools.

The machines based on the new upcoming 'Intel Education Tablet' design is going to run Android v.4.2 Jelly Bean and will be powered by a powerful 1.2GHz dual-core Intel Atom Z2520 processor, with an Intel GMA powering superb 1080p video playback facility; having 1GB or 2GB of RAM; and up to 32GB of Flash storage facility and front and rear facing cameras.

The Intel Inc. is now claiming the tablets will deliver an average of 12 hours of stunning battery life. The WiFi connectivity will be included and also, 3G connectivity option will be optional for the tab model.

The new design is just a follow-up to the reference designs for their seven and ten-inch Android tablets aimed primarily at the education market, and it is based on the Intel Atom Z2420 and the Z2460 processors, which were announced last year.

The newly made and projected reference design for the upcoming tablet was recently revealed by the Intel Inc. at the Bett 2014 education technology show in the London, some days ago.

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