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goafrit
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goafrit   11/21/2011 4:02:15 PM
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How will this affect Intel stock price in coming years? Anyone understand this pattern. I am getting clueless how these technologies are changing. This Ultrabook just started and it seems to be getting hotter.

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Patk0317   11/21/2011 3:58:57 PM
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The tablet market could make this ultra-book market disappear. If you have a tablet with a separate bluetooth enabled keyboard for those times you need a keyboard, then why would you need one of these ultra-books? Tablets are much easier to travel with. The next gen of tablets will tell the tale.

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chouban   11/21/2011 3:47:36 PM
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i will never pay 1000$ for a PC No Way ... max 400-500$

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agk   11/21/2011 12:38:37 PM
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Intel's initiative to bring out the chipset for the ultra PC to have instant-on activation, always-connected wireless links, solid state drives and battery life longer than eight hours on a single charge are very attractive and a good matching parameters liked by all the users. Sure this will create a new trend in the chip design and manufacturing. The developments are continually taking place so that there will be always new buyers and replacement buyers feeding the chain of engineering professionals.

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yusufjamal   11/20/2011 5:06:06 AM
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Ultrabook will cover up losses of Intel Processor business in Desktop segment.

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resistion   11/20/2011 3:31:15 AM
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The loss of DRAM DIMMs may be a minor issue, compared to the threat from lower cost tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire.

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daleste   11/20/2011 3:11:47 AM
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Yes, there may be few upgrade modules purchased, since the tablets and ultrabooks aren't upgradable, but there will be more DRAM sold because this increases the OEM market. I don't understand this article. Overall, the DRAM market will grow.

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resistion   11/19/2011 3:43:12 AM
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DRAM makers don't forget to thank Intel on your way out.

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resistion   11/19/2011 3:38:37 AM
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Wow didn't see the negative DRAM impact coming.

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t.alex   11/18/2011 11:39:11 PM
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Is this direct competition with Mac Book Air?

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