Remember when he used to 1-star posts he hated into oblivion? Now he turns on his Vinnie alias and flips the board upside down. Pitiful little old 65 year old immature blitch. Amazingly sad !
Hire their guy, buy their company, bail him out of Nvidia at 18. LOL! Between that and Getanid61 saying Windows RT was MSFT's best idea ever, the poor goober has been reduced to no more than a naked dork running through the village screaming fire.
.......companies will want to throw Intel servers out and go with ARM servers. It's just good business!
Agam Shah, IDG News Service
Apr 2, 2013 3:20 PM
Prices of Windows RT devices have started falling, signaling an attempt by PC makers to quickly clear out stock after poor adoption of tablets and convertibles with the operating system.
Microsoft released Windows RT for ARM-based devices and Windows 8 for Intel-based devices in October last year. The price drop is an acknowledgement that Windows RT has failed, analysts said.
Prices of popular products usually don’t fall, but Windows RT devices were not in demand, and prices fell, analysts said.
ARM's a rubber duckey I mean rubber stamp.......
Prices of Windows RT tablets drop, point to failure of OS
Windows RT will achieve only a 1.9 percent marketshare in 2013 which will grow to just 2.7 percent by 2017.
LOL! Hey losernid61, unless Surface Pro is taken off the shelf, I'm pretty sure it will outsell RT by millions since RT is now OF THE SHELF PER MICROSOFT. Are you selling them bootleg? LMAO!
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RT out sells Pro over 2 to 1...
Great news and thanks. Still not sure why Otelini would say what he said and then this come out. Not sure about that guy. Hope they hit a homerun with the new hire.
Not coincidentally, Intel’s Ultrabooks will soon be equipped with Haswell processors that will feature touchscreen support. Touchscreen capability in laptops coupled with the ability to remove, or at least convert, those laptops to a tablet form will eliminate the need for separate 10-inch tablets, predicts Skaugen
Intel VP: Here’s Our Bleak Outlook for Full-Size Tablets
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Kirk Skaugen, Corporate Vice President of PC Client Group at Intel Corporation , has declared that the future for the 10-inch tablet market will “rapidly erode,” according to ZDNet. Skaugen partly bases his doleful outlook of the full-sized tablet market on the recent success of smaller-sized tablets such as Apple’s iPad Mini and the various smaller Android-powered tablets. The iPad Mini has an 8-inch screen and many of the successful Android tablets competitors have 7-inch screens. As ZDNet reported last year, the iPad Mini has been cannibalizing sales of the full-sized iPad since its debut.
Skaugen also believes that the emergence of hybrid laptops with detachable displays will make 10-inch tablets redundant. As reported by ZDNet, Skaugen points to the new touchscreen-friendly Windows 8 operating system that he believes will promote the production of touchscreen capable laptops.
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Not coincidentally, Intel’s Ultrabooks will soon be equipped with Haswell processors that will feature touchscreen support. Touchscreen capability in laptops coupled with the ability to remove, or at least convert, those laptops to a tablet form will eliminate the need for separate 10-inch tablets, predicts Skaugen…
Not for Intel itself. Lucy_Nuff..............shell of a man.
Notice Khitchdee is dead, getanid lost his fire and this guy's posts get more and more bizarre. Funny stuff.
Warren East handed the bag to you at the 52 week high and had you standing on the street corner yelling, look what I got, look what I got !!!