Even before Microsoft and manufacturers launch the new Clover Trail based Windows 8 tablets, unnamed sources close to the action have revealed to the Bloomberg website, that the tablets might already be delayed.
The source reveals that the delays are due to Intel not providing the manufacturers of the Windows 8 tablets with the proper power management firmware for the Clover Trail based tablets.
The unavailable Intel power management firmware could have devastating effects on the launch of the new Clover Trail based Windows 8 tablets which are currently being manufactured by Dell, HP, and Samsung. In the run up to the holiday season and impact sales dramatically if it can’t be sorted quickly.
However Microsoft’s own Surface tablet is built around a low power, Intel Core-series chipset, and as yet Microsoft hasn’t approved any Clover Trail based Windows 8 tablets. We will keep you updated on events as they unfold over the coming weeks.Filed Under: Tablet News, Technology News, Top News