Intel’s Bay Trail-T processors are energy-efficient chips for tablets which offer long battery life, decent performance, and support for Windows and Android software. Most Windows tablets with 10 inch or smaller screens already have Bay Trail-T processors, and a handful of Android tablets with Bay Trail chips are on the way.

Now CPU World reports Intel is getting ready to launch a second wave of Bay Trail-T chips with at least 9 new models, including some that offer up to 16 percent faster graphics.

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The most powerful new chip is the Intel Atom Z3795. It’s a 1.6 GHz quad-core chip with maximum burst speeds of up to 2.39 GHz and GPU speeds between 311 MHz and 778 MHz and support for up to 4GB of RAM.

The least powerful might be the Atom Z3735E which has a clock speed of 1.33 GHz, a max burst speed of 1.83 GHz, GPU speeds from 313 MHz to 688 MHz… and support for only up to 1GB of RAM.

All of the new chips are quad-core processors with Intel HD graphics based on the same technology used in Intel’s 3rd-generation Core “Ivy Bridge” processors.

You can find detailed specs for 7 of the 9 new chips at CPU World. They’re all expected to ship in the first or second quarter of 2014.

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4 replies on “Intel is launching at least 9 new Bay Trail-T chips for tablets”

    1. I was wondering the same thing. I’m pretty sure since they’re supporting 4gb of ram.

      1. I thought some existing Bay Trail T chips support 4 GB of RAM? There’s a Fujitsu 10.1″ tablet with 4 GB of RAM (32-bit Windows of course). So the 4 GB support of these new chips may not be an indicator of the status of fully working 64-bit drivers. I sure hope there’s been progress though. Intel can’t possibly have been doing nothing all this time.

        1. I believe that tablet is an AMD-based device. That was 64-bit compatible from the beginning. I don’t know of any current Bay-Trail devices that run 64-bit and can utilize 4GB or RAM. They should be on their way soon though.

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