Intel: Customers are bursting with designs for a tablet

2010. The year of the tablet. With Apple releasing it’s tablet, everyone is in the tablet spirit. Here at CES, Intel Senior Vice President Sean Maloney said his company’s customers are working diligently on tablet designs. And this is no suprise, since Intel is the biggest CPU distributor in the US.

“We have lots and lots of tablet designs going down with our customers,” said Maloney in an interview Thursday at CES. Maloney favors the larger size tablets. “It seems likely to me that you have a large screen. And you want a pure Internet experience,” he said about potential tablet designs. “The larger the screen, the more likely you are to want to connect peripherals lying around your home,” Maloney said.

No specifics about shipment dates, but we can expect to see some tablets this year. He also wouldn’t predict if the tablet would be popular. “The closer you get to the consumer design, the more fickle and unpredictable it is. Some companies like Apple have a track record of getting it right. I think prudently you wait to see what happens,” he said.

[CNET]

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