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Old 1st June, 2011, 05:55 PM
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Intel unveils skinny new 'Ultrabook' laptop and tablet roadmap

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Old 6th June, 2011, 12:24 AM
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Less than an inch thick? Not ambitious compared to Apple's skinniest. Oh dear, is that apostasy?
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And since when does Intel build laptops?
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I don't think they do, but their partners will make the final product, e.g. Asus.
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It was somewhat of an academic point I was raising, but they're free to build anything they want to.
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