Intel showed off the future of super thin Ultrabooks with new products from Samsung, Lenovo, Toshiba, and others.
Written by Herman Exum (associate editor)
Ever since Apple created the MacBook Air chip giant Intel seems to be
determined replicate the same appealing magic for the Windows World with their
cleverly marketed motif of Ultrabooks. Now you've got companies like Samsung,
Lenovo, Toshiba, Acer, and now LG making laptops that are balanced in power and
less than 2Ē thick. Impressive.
The processor giant wasnít hiding their intentions of pushing the wafer-thin
computers upon the masses, and more than half of their booth was dedicated to
all things Ultrabooks from showing the benefits of mobility without sacrificing
You may not be able to tell at first glance, but Intel was promoting 3D
entertainment and the concept of quad core processing in smartphones within
their booth, however there didnít seem to be any physical hints of the
third-generation of Core processors, but they are scheduled to arrive later this
year at the earliest.