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  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Dec 8, 2012 4:08 PM Flag

    CES 2013: January 8-11

    Intel outlines Ultrabook, tablet, smartphone plans for CES 2013

    Intel has announced that Intel's vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group Kirk Skaugen and general manager of the Mobile and Communications Group Mike Bell will take to the CES stage to reveal the company's progress on its mobile products over the past twelve months. As well as an update on the new wave of convertible Ultrabooks, Windows 8-based devices that can transform from a tablet into a fully-powered PC, the company will be showcasing next-generation smartphone and tablet designs based on a next-generation revision of the Intel Atom low-power processor platform.

    From Expert Reviews

    Cars evolve at CES 2013

    With several major automakers showing their latest electronics integration and suppliers displaying new products for manufacturers and the aftermarket, CES 2013 promises to host a significant car component.

    Intel is also pushing its Atom processors as an automotive solution for infotainment systems, and will likely have some sort of demonstration tucked away in its massive floor area.

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    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Intel is also pushing its Atom processors as an automotive solution for infotainment systems, and will likely have some sort of demonstration tucked away in its massive floor area.
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      should be interesting

 
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