Qualcomm is touting the attributes of its latest Snapdragon processor, saying the chip will be used in 200 different smartphones and tablet computers. “You’ll see a whole bunch of tablets based on Snapdragon 800 in the market this year,” said Qualcomm's Raj Talluri. Intel spokesman Bill Calder said, "We’ve noticed many of our competitors talking more and more about performance, which is ironic now that Intel is competitive on power."

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