Intel has made it official that it plans to shit more than 40 million tablet parts this year, so it is not very shocking that the company is planning to churn out even more tablet parts that target the low segment market. According to the leaked OEM roadmap published by padnews.cn, Intel will be expanding its Bay Trail-T lineup for both high and low end tablets by launching three new CPUs, namely Z3775, Z3775E, and Z3775D.
The Intel Atom Z3775D will be aimed at 200 dollar (and up) tablets and will be used in Android and Windows 8 tablets. Intel’s roadmap indicates that devices based on this chip will be available in Q1 2014.
The Atom Z3775E and Z3775D will support Android OS and will target the cheaper tablet market ($150-200). Both of these two chips will also be released in Q1. In Q3, the chip maker will release Atom Z3735F and Z3735G SoC, both of which will be used in Android devices that will retail between $99-150.