Intel's inability to crack the mobile market has been a growing blemish on their record, an increasingly sore spot that's seen the processor giant sit out the biggest new product category since the laptop. Sure, there have been tablets with Intel inside, but they've been solidly second-rate battery suckers. So how will intel catch up? By throwing Moore's law out the window, and upgrading its Atom processor at unprecedented speeds.
That's the plan, anyway. Intel announced today that its Oak Trail processor will be in products from Lenovo, Fujitsu, and more as early as May, bringing with it 1080p video decode, HDMI, full Flash support, and—most importantly—better battery life.