LAS VEGAS--Intel is trying to move its chips from below the keyboard to behind the glass.
In other words, more emphasis on the tablet half of the equation.
Behind the glass: "We believe...detachables are fundamentally different," Adam King, Intel's director of notebook marketing, said in an interview with CNET, referring to laptop designs with displays that can be removed from the base to become standalone tablets.
"The point of differentiation is that the processor is...behind the glass," he said.
"Detachables we think of as a tablet first. Because when you take it … Read more