Even Intel's traditional stomping ground, the desktop PC, is going the hybrid route, says the company. Intel wants to make the desktop computer more wireless, so you can just pick it up and use it on a table or a couch. The example? The Sony Tap 20, which can be used a bit like a giant tablet. Skaugen says Intel has a new initiative to get other computers to be like this, which includes Microsoft, EA, and Omnitapps producing software specially designed for this form factor.