Intel Vice President Mooly Eden leads a CES press conference this morning, in which the chipmaker highlights its ultrabook efforts, including a touch interface, NFC, and gesture-based recognition. Here he's showing off a concept ultrabook that has both a touch screen and a keyboard.
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"The buzz is building" for ultrabooks, Sellers adds.
Fueling that buzz, Intel pitches an upcoming announcement with Will.i.am, likely at tomorrow's keynote address from Intel CEO Paul Otellini.