Intel announces new category of Thin "UltraBook Notebooks, Chip Roadmap Actions

When it comes to notebooks, thin is, according to Intel. Today at Computex in Taipei, Intel executive vice president Sean Maloney, predicted that by the end of next year, 40 percent of the laptop market is made up of a new class of super-thin notebook that the company calls "Ultrabooks" .

With prices below $ 1,000, a thickness of 0.8 inches or less, and large-caliber performance, the first use Ultrabooks second generation of Intel CPU Core Series and will be available this fall. 11.6-inch laptop ASUS UX21, announced earlier this week, will be among the first Ultrabooks and will weigh just over 2 pounds and offer instant on funcationality.

next generation of Intel processors, codenamed "Ivy Bridge" will arrive in the first half of 2012 and will allow even more powerful Ultrabooks with 22 nm technology. After Ivy Bridge, "will come a new generation of chips, code-named" Haswell "that use half the energy than today's CPUs, enabling even thinner designs and lighter.


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