Lenovo Skylight: Going Dual-core, Toshiba Tablets on Enroute
Lenovo’s smartbook is once again pushed back again while Toshiba on the other hand is now turning their attention to their tablets that are rumored to be asserted today; the former’s already delayed skylight once before and now is believed to be delayed again until the end of the year but, the company stated that the delay is not to be taken of likely to be a bad thing because by the time it will the shelves of the stores, it will come with an entirely upgraded process and somewhat an overhauled feel to the said device.
The Skylight had been originally scheduled to come with a single-core 1GHz Snapdragon processor but show be able to leap to a dual-core 1.5 GHz version in return of the delays. Toshiba on the other hand is believed to de diverting all of their attention to their tablets and is rumored to be releasing two by the end of the year. Both tablets from the company is said to come with mixed platform expectations though both would use ARM processors and thus could not use Windows 7.
Further there are company statements that suggest that at least one of these “would-be” Android-based devices but the other one is yet unknown. Toshiba will has already embraced Android and ARM with their upcoming smartbook, the Dynabook AC100 of which will ship to Japan some time in late August before it would reach to the other foreign countries.