Bloomberg: At Intel's Developer Forum in Beijing, the company plans to unveil its "Oak Trail" processor. Designed for use in tablets, the chip is 60 percent smaller than its predecessor and boasts an "all day" battery life. Already, manufacturers have committed to using the processor in 35 different devices.
Currently, the tablet processor market is dominated by Intel competitor ARM. While Intel chips power more than 80 percent of the PCs in the world, they power less than 1 percent of the tablet PCs.