Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Intel invests $ 300 million for the evolution of Ultrabooks

Intel Capital has decided to invest the amount of $ 300 million for development work and UltraBooks as far as autonomy, thinness and final price is concerned. The UltraBooks are a category of notebooks created by Intel and aims to compete with what we can see from Apple with MacBook Air, in this case the processor giant has the backing of major brands of portable improve this bet and take it to other levels of development.

The huge investment of 300 million dollars will be used to improve the final product in areas such as autonomy, becoming thinner components and more interesting for the end user, its price does not pass the limit of $ 1,000. In addition, Intel bet for helping companies to develop software and hardware for their UltraBooks the moment is already preparing the next leap in processor with the arrival of Ivy Bridge for next year.

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