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miguelguzman
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re: Intel Ultrabooks speak, tap and offer $1M prize
miguelguzman   9/13/2012 5:42:34 PM
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If Intel would adopt a Mirasol display, it would definitely be not only innovative and attractive to consumers, but the battery life wouldn't be aproblem anymore. :)

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US Made   9/13/2012 12:56:32 AM
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Sandy Bridge 2 IVY Bridge 2 Haswell faster, better, cooler, same old IDF story. Every onehas the same story. wait for ARM conference. No wonder Iphone 5 gets better coverage..... Once you are trained to think certain way you get to be best, and stop innovating..

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any1   9/12/2012 2:13:11 PM
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I agree, we need to get as much innovation in display technology as we have gotten in CPU technology to improve battery life.

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resistion   9/12/2012 9:32:05 AM
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There is a tradeoff ultrabooks will have to face: bigger display (like 14") vs. longer battery life.

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eewiz   9/12/2012 3:31:55 AM
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I like the Apple Air Clone(read ultrabook) formfactor. But dont like its performance. Hope haswell improves things

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resistion   9/12/2012 1:42:53 AM
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Ultrabook feels like Intel's last stand. But they still look too much like tablets stuck to keyboards.

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mcgrathdylan   9/11/2012 8:50:09 PM
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Intel continues to push ultrabooks hard. I think the analyst asks a great question: will ultrabook be a hero for Intel? Perlmutter's response shows Intel has no intention of doing an about face.



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