Join CNET tomorrow afternoon for live coverage of Intel's keynote presentation at CES 2013, where the company is expected to talk about -- you guessed it -- chips galore.
The keynote kicks off at 1 p.m. Pacific from the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino. Kirk Skaugen, general manager of Intel's PC Client Group, will be presenting, along with Mike Bell, general manager of the Mobile and Communications Group. They'll include an "update" on the company's third-generation processors and its mobile device strategy.
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featured a number of partner announcements, including the debut of Lenovo's K800, which was the first phone to run one of Intel's mobile chips. There was also Motorola and its announcement of a multiyear, multidevice deal to bring Intel-powered Motorola devices to market. Dell later showed off its 13-inch XPS 13 ultrabook, and artist Will.i.am of Black Eyed Peas fame promoted an ultrabook-related philanthropic project.
Intel has already said that at its presentation it will talk about a limited-run version of its Ivy Bridge processor, a chip designed for new low power ultrabooks. Intel first talked about the technology at its annual developer conference last month but left out some specifics.