Rumors of Intel’s Medfield-powered device have been temporarily silenced at the CES. During Intel’s keynote at the CES, the billion dollar American electronics corporation showed us something very interesting. What you are seeing now is a tablet running the forthcoming Windows 8 operating system. According to an Intel representative, the tablet is not medfield-powered; instead it is fully operated by Clover Trail – a 32 nanometer chipset processor that is expected to crush the reign of ARM-based tablets. Unfortunately, Intel didn’t discuss any further details about the hybrid tablet. But the folks over at The Verge managed to scan the device and found it to be sporting a single USB port, a SIM card slot, an SD card slot and 1 10-pin style connector at the bottom.
Source: The Verge