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Intel paying handsomely to attract downstream vendors into launching Ultrabooks
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
Intel has recently started planning a new marketing strategy for its Ultrabook concept and has invested heavily into the related budget and resources hoping to attract first-tier notebook vendors into developing Ultrabooks, according to sources from...
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