Baytrail-CR Upgrades. Speed, 64-bit, DualOS?

Posted on 10 March 2014, Last updated on 26 January 2020 by

If you speak to enough people about Windows tablets at tradeshows certain keywords keep cropping up and if you link those ‘tips’ with a bit of research you come up with some potentially interesting background. In this case we’ve got some information about a Baytrail CR and Baytrail DB variant. The keywords that accompany this news on this Baytrail variant are ‘Dual-OS’ and ‘Upgrade.’

Back in December there was a event held in China that highlighted Intel’s work in Android and Windows tablets and an interesting slide was shown…


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Baytrail-CR is shown for Mid 2014 in the image above but the DB variant is shown as the first Baytrail variant so it could actually be the current range. Is this just a new range of 64-bit SKUs (E.g Z3795 on the new 64-bit Elitepad 1000), some performance boosts through improved production processes or is this the DualOS drive? What’s certain is that Intel are indeed working on Dual-OS for Android and Windows tablets and that a Baytrail upgrade is coming.

We’ll try and track down exactly what’s going on here and bring you more detail soon. In the meantime, here are some other Baytrail-T devices spotted at CeBIT

WP_20140309_16_33_38_Pro     WP_20140309_16_29_38_Pro

WP_20140309_16_54_57_Pro    WP_20140309_16_42_51_Pro

A video of the Ramos i8 prototype is already available here…

Here’s the nice ‘Blog Hut’ that Intel has set up at CeBIT…


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