Taiwanese manufacturers sceptical about Intel's chance at smartphones and tablets with Medfield
0. phoneArena 16 Dec 2011, 05:11 posted on
Taiwanese manufacturers are now saying that Intel is unlikely to win wider adoption for its Medfield chips with the smartphone and tablet makers, as it hasn't maintained close relationships with them until now, while its traditional partners, the computer manufacturers, are skittish to use Intel for their mobile plans, considering previous botched attempts like Atom, for example...
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1. phungn (Posts: 24; Member since: 01 Sep 2011)
I had to look up if that was actually a legit version of skeptical. Guess it is lol
2. arcq12 (Posts: 733; Member since: 13 Oct 2011)
I've always had intel in my computers and I'm satisfied with it. I'm pretty sure they know what they are doing and it will take a step by step process and tests before manufacturers will adopt their chipsets.
5. ILikeBubbles (Posts: 278; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)
idk how i feel about Intel breaking into the mobile market.. they have the experience, that's for sure but i will admit i still vote for Qualcomm when it comes down to it.
Who knows though maybe they'll bring something new to the market and show the mobile guys a thing or two...
plus competition always enriches the experience of the consumer so bring it on. :)