Texas Instruments is showing off a new Windows 8 based ARM tablet at this weeks CES, and whilst the device doesn’t as yet have a name, what we do know is that it is powered by a TI OMAP4470 processor.
The OMAP4470 platform’s smart multicore architecture pairs its main CPUs with several differentiated features including programmable accelerators, hardware composition engines and a dedicated ISP. Imagination Technologies’ super-fast PowerVR SGX544 GPU and enhanced memory architecture add still more functionality while an OMAP-specific distributed composition architecture enables advanced image and video layering for crisp, HD visuals.
The TI OMAP 4470 processor is a dual core 1.7GHz processor and Texas Instruments are expecting Windows 8 tablets to ship with this type of processor.
Source The Verge
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