DURING AN Intel press conference on tablets and netbooks on Wednesday, Acer associate VP David Lee showed off the Taiwanese hardware firm's Iconia Tab M500 tablet.
With a 10in screen, the device is similar in appearance to Acer's A500 that runs Google's Android Honeycomb, however this machine runs Meego to offer what Lee described as a "snacking" experience for users. µ
Uses 20 percent less power than traditional systems
It's becoming more prevalent in car research and development
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