Intel today released a new Atom processor based on its Oak Trail platform. The Atom Z670 is packed with features that is said to benefit mobile devices like tablets and netbooks. The Atom Z670 is 60 percent smaller than previous Atom generations and promises to deliver improved video playback, internet browsing without compromising on the battery life.
The processor die has an integrated graphics and memory controller and supports an HD decode engine to playback 1080p content, HDMI-out, Adobe Flash, USB 2.0, High-Definition Audio and multi-OS support.
Intel Oak Trail-based devices will start selling from next month.
Meanwhile, Intel also confirmed to showcase the next-generation mobile platform known as a Cedar Trail. The new platform will be based on 32nm process and will have an improvement in graphics department, Blu-ray 2.0 support and of course lower power consumption and better battery life. Additionally, Cedar Trail will also have a dedicated media engine for 1080p content, HDMI-out and DisplayPort support, Intel Wireless Music, Intel Wireless Display, PC Synch and Fast Boot.