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Intel: Intel shows off ultra-light NFS N-Pad tablet

Intel: Intel shows off ultra-light NFS N-Pad tablet
Intel: Intel shows off ultra-light NFS N-Pad tablet
The NFS N-Pad is based on the Intel Moorestown chipset

Guess what’s buzzing on the ultraportable front of late? It’s the ultra thin, super slim and sexy NFS N-Pad that is soon to come to the market according to latest reports. The feather light tablet weighs an unbelievable 0.9 pounds which is half of what an iPad weighs!

The revolutionary tablet by Intel is said to be backed by the processing power of the upcoming Intel Atom Z6xx series Moorestown chipset with GMA 600 graphics. The Z6xx combines the 45nm Intel Atom processor core with 3-D graphics, video encode and decode, as well as memory and display controllers into a single SoC design.

Slashing the size does not imply compromising on quality. Standing testimony to that, the NFS N-Pad is powered by a an x86-based processor which readily supports Google Android, MeeGo Linux, or other operating systems that also includes Windows.

The superbly stylish NFS N-Pad by Intel is still shaky on its debut date and there’s still no verdict out on the price and other related intricacies, but it’s definitely something that’s worth the wait. Watch this space for more on the same.

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2010-09-22 (Update: 2012-05-26)