Ultrabooks will become mainstream in the coming years, spurring the sputtering Windows platform, according to a Taipei-based report.
Speaking at a conference in Taipei, Acer Chairman J.T. Wang said specifications that define the emerging category of ultrabooks will become the "mainstream model for tablet PCs and notebooks in the next five years," according to a report from Taipei Times.
Wang added that the release of ultrabooks will stimulate a "stalled" Wintel (Windows-Intel) "framework."
He also said that the line between laptops and tablets will become less distinct. That comment matches up with the … Read more