Intel (INTC) plans to spend hundreds of millions to promote its ultrabook initiative, a...
Thursday, April 5, 2012, 12:53 PM ETIntel (INTC) plans to spend hundreds of millions to promote its ultrabook initiative, a marketing effort the chip giant calls its largest since the release of its Centrino platform in 2003. While many initial ultrabooks will simply be thin-and-light laptops in the MacBook Air mold (and that raises questions of how well they'll compete against the Air), future Windows 8 models are expected to be notebook/tablet hybrids with built-in touchscreens.
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