Glen Yeung - Citigroup: I got question for you Paul on the potential for hybrid or even just Ultrabooks in the second half of '13 and bringing a point out of this, I think we are starting to see a bifurcation where we are selling these small tablets and they seem to be selling well, and actually the 10-inch maybe not selling as well as one would have expected, and I'm wondering if that's somehow opening up opportunity for the laptop, the Ultrabook, the hybrid to make a bit of a comeback?
Paul S. Otellini - President and CEO: Yeah. I think (indiscernible) the trends are pretty clear certainly in Asia in terms of the buying patterns. Phones are getting bigger and you saw the 'phablet' which is a phone tablet sort of form factor emerged which are 6 even 7-inch phones, and then of course the shift of tablets from 10 to 7-inches. And I think that's probably what we're going to see, is the market will bifurcate between sort of a 5-inch to 7-inch type of products and the 10-plus inch type of products. And the 10-plus inch type of products particularly as you get to 12 to 13-inches are going to be more classic PC level of performance and now enabled by these convertible detachable form factors, that only gets thinner as Haswell and Broadwell come on.