Chip makers AMD and VIA aren’t in the habit of releasing tablets… but they’ve been known to show off tablets featuring their technology.

This week at Mobile World Congress AMD is showcasing a reference design for a 64-bit Windows tablet featuring its upcoming “Mullins” low-power processor. Meanwhile VIA is showing off a reference design for a tablet that runs Firefox OS.

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3 replies on “Lilbits (2-27-2014): VIA’s Firefox tablet and AMD’s Windows tablet”

  1. I wondered why Qualcomm would be making a tablet using another manufacturers processor.
    Turns out it isn’t. It’s made by Quanta.

    1. I was also wondering this. Although an AMD/Qualcomm partnership would be nice, I bet AMD hates Qualcomm after the Adreno deal

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