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Intel to talk tri-gate, Ultrabooks at IDF

9/12/2011 04:02 AM EDT
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chipmonk0
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chipmonk0   9/14/2011 6:36:52 PM
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Dylan : Keep the updates coming. Especially Atom at 22 nm to go against ARM. Details Thx

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qerqwe   9/13/2011 3:24:10 PM
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I have the same observation. Why others can not compete with Apple is beyond me.

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agk   9/13/2011 6:47:09 AM
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it seems that ultra book chip set will use 12nm and 22 nm technology.

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_hm   9/13/2011 1:46:53 AM
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This high tech product for very low margin products will be difficult to market. We wish Intel has breakthorugh in this market.

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help.fulguy   9/12/2011 10:05:39 PM
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Nice article, Dylan. Looks like you are making your love for Intel clear by saying, "He'll likely also look to sow seeds of doubt about the potential for ARM-based processors to take market share from Intel its core PC processor". LOL.

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Daniel Payne   9/12/2011 7:37:19 PM
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When I read about the Ultrabook concept from Intel it seems like they have merely taken the datasheet for the Apple MacBook Air and said, "Let's build something like this."

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BLinder   9/12/2011 6:50:48 PM
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Intel needs a big move over the ARM products and hope they can pull this off after a slow entry with other releases over the last several years. Would prefer to have a low power solution with strong performance vs. the current product on the market. In addition, backing by a strong company (Intel) versus the splintered ARM companies to bring another leg of competition would be great for the consumer and business markets! Best of Luck Intel...make a big splash

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