|Oak Trail Platform|
|Process|| 45 nm|
|Chipset||Langwell, Briertown, Whitney Point|
Oak Trail is the platform name for Intel's low-power platform Bonnell-based processors and chipsets designed for Mobile Internet Devices (MID) and Ultra Mobile PCs (UMPCs) serving as a successor to Menlow. Moorestown consists of a Lincroft-based processor, the Langwell chipset, and the Briertown Mixed Signal IC (MSIC). Additionally, Oak Trail introduced Whitney Point chip which introduced SATA, HD Audio, USB, HDMI, and various legacy I/O allowing it to run full-fledged Windows OS.