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Thread: Intel Bay Trail / Silvermont Linux Hardware Support

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    Default Intel Bay Trail / Silvermont Linux Hardware Support

    Phoronix: Intel Bay Trail / Silvermont Linux Hardware Support

    In the months ahead there's going to be a variety of tablets, 2-in-1 devices, and other low-power systems running off Intel Atom Bay Trail / Silvermont SoCs that were announced yesterday. While the new Atoms are exciting for their use of in-house HD Graphics and low-power design, how's the Linux support?..

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ2MDI

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    Smile

    There have been reports on some other sites talking about 99$ Z3000 Atom tablets... Assuming it's not some kind of mistake - as it sounds WAY too cheap for an Intel - I can tell you right now what I'll be getting for Christmas

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    Default Plasma Active Xorg and Wayland vs Ubuntu Mir at this Intel x64 Cheap tablets

    Plasma Active Xorg and Wayland vs Ubuntu Mir at this Intel x64 Cheap tablets

    With videos and other benchmarking as battery ones should be great

    I would add MS WOS with KDE installed, perhaps is the solution for the Metro Fiasco to Install KDE for MS WOS

    Unfortunately KDE PLASMA and Unity would not be selled preinstalled at this cheap tablets

    And at this moment dalvik - Android - performs hajf its hardware power and NT is of course worse than any nix.

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