Intel’s Windows 8 Tablet: Checklist goes public

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What are the available ports of Intel's Windows 8 Tablet?

Is it compatible with 3.0 USB ports?

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Intel’s Windows 8 Tablet: Checklist goes public


You did not specify which specific model Tablets specification you need. But as for your information the upcoming Intel 'Clover Trail' Atom Z2760-based Windows 8 tablet and the latest ‘Cove Point’ also ran on Intel’s Ivy Bridge CPU.

Just like a full-fledged notebook, the device sports two USB ports, which are compatible with the latest 3.0 USB and it has also an HDMI port, reports Wired (which was at IDF).

Clover Trail Atom Z2760

This is the latest Intel Cove Point which has all the specifications on the back of it. And it will cost 1000$.

And the older Intel tablet at CES had one USB port, an HDMI port, SD card slot, an unidentified 10-pin connector, and a SIM card slot.

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Answered By 590495 points N/A #135070

Intel’s Windows 8 Tablet: Checklist goes public


In line with Windows 8 tablet computers, here is also another product that runs on Windows 8. Windows Phone 8 is running on the latest Smartphone operating system developed by Microsoft, the Windows Mobile 8 which most of its codes are actually based on Windows 8.

The Windows Mobile 8 has already supported HTML5, complete with malware blocking, and also includes Microsoft Internet Explorer 10. This version of Windows Mobile is different from the previous versions.

Of Windows Phone 7 for example, the operating system running it can’t support or handle even a dual-core processor but here in Windows Mobile 8 it is already capable of handling multi-core processors.

The Windows Mobile 8 has a new Start screen although it still has the metro tiles which are now customizable. This new version now supports new screen resolutions like:

  • 800 x 480
  • 1280 x 768
  • 1280 x 720

It has a lightning fast browser, Microsoft Internet Explorer 10 and with this you can expect better apps experience together with Skype, VoIP, NFC [Near Field Communication], and Wallet Hub.

If you want to see the complete details on Windows Mobile 8, you may visit here.

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