Intel Chief Executive Paul Otellini said low-cost, ultrathin laptops with future Intel processors will be a big trend, a development that could upset the Netbook cart.
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Will consumers take to very thin laptops that may hover just below the $1,000 mark?
Chipmaker's Ultrabook will attempt to mainstream designs similar to Apple's MacBook Air. Like the Air, Ultrabooks will also have tablet-like attributes.
Intel has, however unintentionally, underscored the importance of the iPad by trying to emulate it in future laptop designs.
Engaging in three different phases of laptop development, Intel seems to have a triple-front release schedule all set to go.