Acer's Android gaming tablet is the first with Intel's new chip

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Roberto Baldwin
June 2nd, 2015
In this article: 14nm, acer, Atom, CherryTrail, computex2015, intel
Acer's Android gaming tablet is the first with Intel's new chip

Mobile gaming doesn't mean low-power gaming according to Acer and Intel. The companies have joined forces to produce the first 14nm Atom x7 processor-powered (aka Cherry Trail) Android tablet. The gamer-centric Predator 8 has the Acer Quad-Audio system with four front-facing speakers and the aggressive design sense (sharp angles, red, black and gray color scheme) that's been prevalent in PC gaming. The Gen8 Intel graphics should render 3D and video with less of the stuttering that pulls you out of your gaming experience. We didn't get a chance to play with the tablet, but it should be on the market in the next few months.

Gallery: Acer's Predator gaming tablet at Computex 2015 | 3 Photos

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