More importantly, Intel also showcased it’s first reference tablet based on its latest Core M Llama Mountain family.
As the term suggests, reference tablet serves just as a reference to other tablet manufacturers but one thing evident from Core M is the emphasis on thinness. The tablet pictured here is about 7mm thick.
The device boasts a 12-inch display with QHD resolution and adopts a 2-in-1 form factor with a detachable keyboard along with a touchpad for a laptop-like experience.
Intel further promises to improve graphics and processing while at the same time reduce the power consumption and increase battery life.
Expect a lot of Core M powered products to be announced early next year, presumably at the CES.