Intel expects touchscreens on "majority" of Ultrabooks in 2013

By Rick
Jun 5, 2012
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  1. As highlighted in this press release, Intel has been creating agreements with display manufacturers in order to promote touch-enabled Ultrabooks. This confirms earlier reports which claimed Intel had begun encouraging...

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  2. psycros

    psycros TS Evangelist Posts: 1,298   +666

    Who wants an overpriced laptop with a terrible keyboard, other than Apple fans? Sorry,'re gonna continue to eat it on "ultrabooks". The future belongs to mid-range, convertible tablets with hideaway keyboards selling for under $500. Windows 8 will only make things worse if that's what Intel's campaign for touch on Ultrabooks is really all about. At this rate Android will own the mobile desktop within three years if Google wants it to.
  3. psycros

    psycros TS Evangelist Posts: 1,298   +666

    ..and if they do, they could quickly expand that domination to home PC desktop as well. App and game developers will go where the users are every time. Microsoft is in serious trouble if it doesn't stop pretending to be Apple and get its head back in the game. Intel will also take a pretty heavy hit if they keep trying to steer the market towards places it doesn't want to go.
  4. I hate ts!!
  5. I have enough problems with moronic *****s wandering up to my desk, drooling and poking my clean LCD panel with their greasy fingers, because they're too busy stuffing junk food into their mouths to explain what they're seeing.

    But, I guess Microsoft & Intel's crystal balls are allowing them to see a future where humanity has lost all it's intelligence, and we're all reduced to being grunting cavemen huddling over fires, holding an Intel branded slate running a Microsoft OS, mindlessly poking "Like" icons before getting eaten by feral animals. Swap Microsoft for Apple if you are so inclined, because it changes nothing.
  6. The tribe has spoken...

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