I have to agree. ARMH devices will appear in a large amount of devices at CES. If you look at the landscape of manufacturers, you'll find that the tablet and portable device makers are not affiliated with Intel and have to design cheap and highly integrated devices to compete. Samsung, Apple, Atmel, Qualcomm, Nvidia etc are all using ARMH cores in their SOCs are being used in the majority of portable and embedded electronics. ARMH's direction is only up.
I think you will be surprised at the embedded landscape and how much it dominates the electronics market. CES will prove this.