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Intels Q3 sales top $14 billion

10/18/2011 09:45 PM EDT
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Sivagururaman
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Sivagururaman   10/21/2011 3:27:58 AM
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I am not sure how much Ultra book would be able to compete with the planet of tablets. Moreover, by adding more peripherals to the Ultra book, which would be lacking on tablets, will first, make the ultra bigger, and defeat portability. This would push Intel to trade off the connectivity ( in form of peripheral ports ) and size. I am not sure if this would go the net-book way!

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BLinder   10/19/2011 8:41:57 PM
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Though a snag for Intel in low power technology in 2010/11, Intel still has a larger punch in potential than the ARM collection of products. In addition, when users look beyond the traditional low-end applications the value proposition of Intel products should benefit the market and lead to further growth. In addition, Intel undertands the need for PMIC requirements along with CPU and components that will eventually bring on a competitor that ARM may never have an opportunity to touch.

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agk   10/19/2011 11:13:50 AM
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The ultra book with touch screen for this december and ultra slim laptops for the next year and the Atom based new products R&D are quite neatly planned to attract customers.So there is always a great future with windows8 to both Intel,Microsoft and ourselves.

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