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Old 9th January, 2012, 09:59 PM
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Intel's vision for Ultrabooks: combo of touchscreens, Kinect, and Siri

Intel outlined a future for Ultrabooks ranging over a number of new features at a Consumer Electronics Show press event Monday. Concept devices included touchscreen Ultrabooks, tablet-style hybrids, voice command and gesture integration, and NFC integration to fill in credit card details to an online form by touching your card to a computer's touchpad.
Intel's vision for Ultrabooks: combo of touchscreens, Kinect, and Siri
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