Being the CEO for Intel for 8 to 9 years is highly responsible and also fully loaded. People achieved their targets will always have the self satisfaction and they set an example to be followed by others.
lol, the difference is intel is a chip company instead of a PC company.
he need to make it faster, cheaper, cooler, more energy efficient etc.
Otellini apparently has no clue on any of these factors...
Apple has made a good career out of making consumer electronics look seductively attractive, to the extent that many people would pay a premium to own Apple products.
That said, ultrabook is just the PC world catching up with thin light Mac computers, and not really a differentiator.
@yalanand, very simple,
Robert noyce, moore, grove... all get phd in science from top tier college( mit, caltech).
the way Otelini look at a chip is just like a girl look at a shoe, he can't tell what's really driven it. all he know is how attractive it looks.
check ultrabook as a good example...
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