Intel is apparently all set for the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona with new versions of their own Bay Trail processors for 64-bit support. The existing Bay Trail Intel tablets works with 32 bits Windows 8.1 operating system. What the average user is unlikely to interfere, is quite a problem for businesses. If you want to have a 64-bit operating system, you have access to much more powerful tablets.
The performance difference between the Bay Trail and Core i processors is significantly and therefore the manufacturers are probably also believe that one needs not necessarily just 4 GB of RAM in such a system.
While the previous Intel Bay Trail processors have addressed end customer with 32-bit operating system, the new processors will be more geared toward business customers. In addition to Windows 8.1 Tablets we could finally have Android Tablets with Bay Trail processors see. The Asus M8x has already emerged in the benchmark.