Intel has posted a video showing the inside of a device using the Atom processor as it rolls out five new Atom chips at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai.
Intel Ultra Mobile guru, Uday Keshavdas, cracked open the back of a mobile Internet device (MID) to show where the Atom processor fits in--literally. (No teardown here. Cracking open the back of the device doesn't qualify.)
The low-cost Atom processor is a technology centerpiece at the Intel Developer Forum in Shanghai.
The chipmaker on Wednesday introduced five new Atom processors and Intel Centrino Atom processor technology for … Read more