Intel is set to reveal more than ten new tablet computers later this month.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Intel will introduce the tablets, which will run on Intel chips, at a Taiwanese computer trade show.
The company will show the tablets, along with PC manufacturing patterns, at the Computex show opening on May 31st.
Intel's move comes just as the company reaffirmed its intentions to break into the smartphone and tablet markets, where designs by firm ARM are widely used across devices, including the iPhone and iPad.
The tablet race is nowhere near finished. No one knows the size of this market. It’s not just about tablets but different variants of it," said Intel CEO Paul Otellini during an investor call. "It will require a tremendous amount of experimentation here for several years."
Intel will produce a new set of chips, called Oak Trail, for these tablet devices.