LONDON – Computer Ultrabook new generation of Intel’s allegedly going to dominate the computer market, thanks to all the advantages compared to tablet PCs and smartphones.
The statement Intel Corp. Senior Vice President. Tom Kilrov quoted by the Telegraph, Friday (07/22/2011). “Ultrabook is a new way of thinking about computers. That is, this computer can do whatever you need, be mobile, and in a small and lightweight packaging. Besides these computers also have a good battery life,” said Kilrov.
Last May, Intel announced a project ultrabook last May, where the computer is a promising new generation of best-in-class performance and increased responsiveness and security in the shape that is sleek and elegant. Intel ultrabook even claimed 40 percent of consumers would look for laptops by the end of 2012.
The conviction was again delivered by Kilrov, who insisted that the era of the laptop will not end any time soon, despite the popularity of tablet continue racing. Kilrov claimed it had even received many requests for ‘super computer’ from various manufacturers throughout the world.
“We get many requests from manufacturers around the world because, although the tablets and mobile phones are great devices, they do not have the same capabilities as a laptop,” he explained.
“We believe the demand for traditional computer equipped with a keyboard would still increase. Users like to create things and most devices with touch screens are less suited for writing long documents or presentations and other jobs are similar,” added Kilrov.
Kilrov acknowledged some early computer products ‘super’ will be priced quite expensive. But he insisted that the price will come down after a lot of manufacturing production.