Intel®-based Tablets Win CES Awards
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES)*, which honors outstanding design and engineering advancements, awarded the following two Windows 8* tablets built around the Intel® Atom™ processor family with the Innovations Design and Engineering Award for Best of Innovations:
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