Intel, on a massive campaign to promote thin laptops it calls ultrabooks, showed off a range at a press conference at CeBIT. Intel is working feverishly to lower the cost of ultrabook components such as chassis, storage, displays, and batteries. A big part of the work is Intel's $300 million fund to support companies producing high-quality "thin ingredients" at mass-market volume, said Karen Regis, Intel's director of ultrabook marketing. "You can't just use the same old ingredients," Regis said.
March 9, 2012 9:13 AM PST
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