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Comdex: Products under pressure

Intel, feeling the encroach of competitors, will integrate features on the main chip. Meanwhile, DVD drive and notebook makers tout new products.

Intel, feeling the encroach of competitors, will integrate features on the main chip. Meanwhile, DVD drive and notebook makers tout new products, and Charles Wang gives sales caveat.

Intel gives in to chip integration
The thriving low-cost PC market will drive the company to combine more features on the main processor, a move it had previously resisted.

Comdex: loaded but cheaper notebooks
Umax and MAG Portable Technologies unveil notebooks with big screens and fast processors priced well under the $2,000 mark.

Firms tout future DVD drives
Sony, Philips, and HP haven't shipped their drives yet, but that hasn't stopped them from talking up how much more storage space is coming next.

Wang: Technology should boost sales
Technologies today used primarily to cut corporate costs should be redirected to boost sales, keynoter Charles Wang says.