64-bit Tablet

  • Petition Started for 64-bit and Linux Support on Intel Atom Bay Trail Tablets

    Start64!The Intel Atom Bay Trail tablets have been out for a few months already, but none of the hardware vendors is providing 64-bit firmware builds for them, which means that you can't install any Linux distros.

  • 64-bit Androids are here; should you care?

    Start64!When it comes to desktop and laptop computing, 64-bit is pretty much a given, though many apps are still stuck in 32-bit limbo, running quietly alongside their 64-bit siblings. What’s really nice is that you don’t even notice the difference whether they’re 32-bit or 64-bit, the apps just work. Now, 64-bit Androids are here – sort of.

  • HTC's Nexus 8 tablet to be an Android L poster boy: 64-bit Tegra, 4 GB of RAM and 8 MP camera

    Start64!We were wondering what's up with the Nexus 8, or the rumored premium Google tablet, made by HTC, and today a barrage of leaks might be hinting at an encroaching announcement. First we have a source claiming that the tablet, which has been referred to as Volantis or Flounder so far, is codenamed T1, and will feature an 8 MP rear camera, alongside 1.6 MP front-facer.

  • Allwinner’s 64-bit Chip Will Bring Budget Android Tablets with 4K Video Capabilities Soon

    Start64!Low-cost tablets will be getting better and better judging by the announcement budget chip manufacturer Allwinner made this week. As Liliputing notes, the company said it is planning to make its 64-bit ARM processors a reality by the end of the year. That means low-cost Android tablets taking advantage of this architecture will be equipped with 4K video decoding capabilities.

  • HTC Volantis tablet rumoured to have 64-bit Tegra K1, 5GB RAM

    Start64!A couple of weeks ago, a render was revealed that claimed to show the new Nexus 9 tablet. Said to be built by HTC, the device was referred to by its development codename, Volantis, and the leak even disclosed details of its specs.

  • One of the first Android tablet with 64-bit processor it’s here, the Neso N810 i7 8-inch slate

    Start64!A couple of days ago, more precisely on May 15, Neso, a chinese producer released one of the first 64-bit based Android tablet, a model named Neso N810 i7. The processor found inside this device it’s an Intel Bay Trail Z3735E 64-bit chip built using the 22-nanometer technology clocked at 1.83 GHz.

  • The Mobile World Readies Itself For 64-Bit Processing

    Start64!We had heard that 64-bit processing will be finding their way into mobile devices in the future, but there did not seem much concern or a compelling need for it…that is, until Apple surprised everybody with a 64-bit processor in its new iPhone 5s this past Fall.

  • Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 810, 808 with 64-bit support in tow

    Start64!While Apple is the only major mobile device manufacturer to have a 64-bit processor inside its high-end smartphones and tablets (the A7 powering the latest iPhone and iPads), its rivals will be able to join the party thanks to Qualcomm's new top-of-the-line 64-bit processors.

  • 64-Bit Processors Will Soon Be Common in Tablets and Smartphones

    Start64!When computer users think of the buzzword "64-bit", usually the first thing that comes to mind is the Windows operating system, which comes in two flavors; 32-bit or 64-bit. Like a computer, a smartphone or tablet also has an operating system, (usually Android OS, iOS, or Windows), and to run as 64-bit, it needs a processor that is built to do so.

  • Tarox Craftab 8.3 Is a Very Light Rugged Tablet with 64-Bit Bay Trail, Win 8 and Full HD Screen

    Start64!Earlier today, we brought to your attention a new 2-in-1 Bay Trail-based Windows tablet made available by Schenker and put on display at the CeBIT 2014 computer expo in Germany. And now we have another one for you.

  • Why the next Nexus tablet may run on Intel’s new 64-bit quad-core processor

    Start64!Various reports have indicated that Google may be discontinuing the Nexus 7 tablet line this year, in favor of a new 8-inch Nexus 8 tablet that could be launched alongside Android 4.5 at some point this summer. While this device and its launch are far from being confirmed by Google, AndroidPit speculates that the summer launch may have something to do with Intel’s release plans for a new mobile processor, suggesting that Google and Intel may partner up for this particular Nexus device.

  • HTC Babel Tablet Runs Both 64-bit Windows 8 and Android, Has Stylus - Concept

    Start64!HTC is one of those elusive companies that is having a hard time deciding whether to stay in or out of the tablet game. Regardless, fans of the HTC tablet concept still exist and a new render shows us a product that could be capable of bringing the mojo back to the company’s almost inexistent tablet business.

  • Quanta-Made AMD Reference Tablet Shown Running 64-Bit Windows 8.1

    Start64!Like most self-respecting companies out there, AMD has also started to work on a tablet project on its own. And at MWC 2014, the chip-company showed a pretty interesting reference model that, among other things, ran Windows 8.1 64-bit.

  • Dell Will be Among the First to Offer 64-bit Windows 8.1 Bay Trail Tablets

    Start64!The tech industry and businesses are anticipating the unveiling of the first 64-bit-compatible Windows 8.1 "Bay Trail" tablets at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow later this month.

  • Finally, here come the 64-bit Windows 8.1 tablets

    Start64!At least one major PC maker is expected to show an Intel "Bay Trail" tablet running 64-bit Windows 8.1 at Mobile World Congress, according to a source familiar with upcoming plans for those tablets.

  • Intel Works With Google and Microsoft to Add 64-Bit Support for Bay Trail Tablets

    Start64!Intel's recently released low-power Atom processor Bay Trail platform already offers hardware support for 64-bit addressing, plus on-chip acceleration of certain graphics and cryptography functions in double-precision. Bay Trail based tablets with Google Inc.'s (GOOG) popular Android mobile operating system are expected to start this holiday season at $150 USD.

  • Intel Bay Trail tablets with 64-bit Windows 8.1 to be released in Q1 2014

    Start64!Since the launch of Windows 8 over a year ago, any tablet devices that have used Microsoft's operating system have been restricted to the 32-bit version. That has stayed the same for the release of the new Windows 8.1 tablets such as the Dell Venue 8. Now Intel says that Windows 8.1 tablets will the 64-bit SKU will begin to go on sale sometime in the first quarter of 2014 using the company's latest Atom processor.

  • Intel Announces 64-Bit Bay Trail Chip for Tablets for Next Year

    Start64!Not wanting to be left behind and forgotten in the “who’s first to 64-bit” battle, Intel has announced that new devices coming out with Bay Trail (Intel’s tablet chip platform) sometime in 2014 will have 64-bit support enabled. Unlike ARM, Intel doesn’t need a new ISA, because they were already using the same x86-x64 ISA of theirs, it’s just that the 64-bit parts in the new Atom chips have been disabled, to lower costs.

  • Intel Atom SoC roadmap updated, new chips and 64-bit Android tablets on the horizon

    Start64!Intel still has a lot of work to do to cut in to ARM's hold on the tablet and smartphone market share, but as we head into 2014, the company is pulling out all the stops. Today a new Atom system on a chip (SoC) roadmap detailed Intel's plans for 2014 and 2015, with the goal of increasing CPU performance by five times and GPU performance by 15 times by 2016.

  • Windows 8.1 tablets with 64-bit Atom chips not coming until Q1

    Start64!IDG News Service - Buyers looking for a tablet with Intel's new Bay Trail Atom chip and a 64-bit version of Windows 8.1 will have to wait until early next year. Intel executives on Wednesday said the first Bay Trail tablets will use only the 32-bit version of Windows 8.1, despite 64-bit support on the chip.