What happens when you mix Lenovo, and Intel’s Medfield chip? You get an Android 4.0 tablet coming in at just 8.9mm. This tablet was able to become so thing because of the 32nm manufacturing process of Intel’s chip. This was just a pre-production model so there is nothing really special here but Phandroid who got a hand on said the tablet was running very smooth with only a little bit of lag in some areas which can be fixed before tablet is released. This does look promising and I have to wonder how Intel will do in the Android ecosystem.
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