Intel, which has set an ambitious goal of powering 40 million tablets this year, said Monday that its chips are designed into 130 new Android and Windows tablets.
More than a dozen are being launched at the Computex trade show taking place this week in Taiwan, Intel said. The company also announced a variety of other things, including a quad-core chip with each processing unit running at 4GHz. It also made the first phone call using a phone powered by SoFIA–a design that uses in-house Intel processing but is manufactured by outside foundries.
“I’m not giving up on the phone and the tablet space,” he said.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.