Intel is also one of the main reasons behind many low-cost Windows tablets now available in the market. Microsoft and Intel have partnered to provide reference platforms for OEMs and ODMs to create Windows tablets that goes on sale for just $99. At WinHEC, Intel detailed how to design low cost Windows tablet from feature/performance tuning, component selection and other design areas. They provided details on Intel roadmap for 2015, component migration to achieve cost close/parity, and enabling more cost effective IHVs entering into Windows environment.
As you can see from the above slide, Intel even recommends feature set for various tablet segments. The entry level Windows tablet will cost around $99 for consumers. The slide is self-explanatory, take a look at it above.