Intel made a smattering of announcements at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on Monday. Aside from the never-ending march toward thinner, faster and lighter computers, here are five main things to expect from the company throughout the rest of the year.
Expect Cheap Touching (and Lots of It)
Kirk Skaugen, vice president and general manager of the PC Client Group at Intel, claims that touchscreen Ultrabooks will get down to a starting price of around $599 by the end of the year. What’s more, Intel is making it a requirement that any Ultrabook using one of the company’s upcoming fourth-generation Core processors must have a touchscreen. Basically, if you buy an Ultrabook sometime later in the year, it’ll have a touchscreen.
Expect to Be Able to Leave Your Charger at Home
Intel’s Ultrabook reference design that it’s showing off to hardware partners sports a 13-hour battery life…
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