Where Are the Texas Instruments Based Windows Tablets At?

As part of long-standing company policy and out of respect for customer privacy, we don’t comment on specific customer end equipment. Additionally, as communicated in a recent investor event, the mobile market has become a less attractive long-term opportunity for TI’s OMAP products, primarily due to vertical integration and market consolidation. However, we remain committed to the OMAP family, and are accelerating the expansion of OMAP processors into a broader set of embedded applications such as automotive, industrial automation, thin clients and robotics, to grow the footprint beyond mobile. We are reprofiling our investment accordingly, but have no details to share at this time. Here’s a question for you, does anyone care? While TI doesn’t build bad processors, I personally prefer the ARM processors built by Qualcomm and NVIDIA anyhow. What about you? [ source ]]]>

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