Intel is Working on Ultrabook Technology
- April 04, 2012
Nowadays manufacturers are going to separate ways: the first one in the end brings them to powerful and expensive gadgets; the second one at the finish has affordable but a bit less powerful tablets which, by all means, is great for people who are not ready to spend a fortune on a smart-phone or tablet. For example, Intel is now promoting its Ultrabook platform which is said to combine all the beauties of thin forms, touch-screen technologies and great functionality. Intel is so confident in Ultrabook’s future that you can even find them claiming that iPad and even the MacBook Air won’t be able to compete with their technology and here’s the reasons why: "But really, with the Ultrabook, it's about offering all those things in the same device – the great responsiveness, the great battery life – and with an operating system that people have come to love over the years, as well as all the legacy applications that they would like to run." Also, together with the Ultrabook concept, Intel is going to bring a dual-OS tablet based on its Medfield chipset platform and Android OS. It will be offered for about $300. The release date is still to be announced.
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