Intel’s Red Ridge Tablet Platform Shows Up in FCC Filing

Apparently a SoC, the integrated chip measures roughly 35 mm by 22 mm, but that is all that we know at this time.

Could this be Intel's Android tablet platform we have been waiting for? The timing seems right, just in time to be presented at CES 2013 next month, and we certainly noticed a very distinct increase in chatter among Intel engineers on social networks that indicates that Intel may be seeking the confrontation with ARM processors with its first power-competitive tablet platform.

The guys over at Engadget noted that the Red Ridge device in the FCC filing is running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with support for Bluetooth, NFC and 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi. Expect more news surrounding Red Ridge to become available during CES.

 

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  • victorintelr
    Now I'm getting anxious for the benchmarks....
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  • Anonymous
    This platform is sweet!
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  • tmk221
    sweet_georgia_brownThis platform is sweet!


    YES SPECS LOOK VERY VERY NICE!!!!ARM DOESN'T STAND A CHANCE AGAINST IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO SO SWEET!!!!!AND IT'S AFFORDABLE TOO!!!!!!!!!!!!

    oh wait there is no specification for this device yet...
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