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Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
Tuesday 6 September 2011
  • Posted on Sep 8, 03:14

    So this is their last shot huh!?! I wonder when they'll decide to take the HP route?! The fact that HP wants to start their own OS, to license to OEM's, speaks volumes! The writings on the wall: Windows is a dinosaur! Legacy desktops are next!
  • Posted on Sep 7, 17:42

    I'm sure people will try their products. I also agree that a fair chunk of notebook population will rather look for a better piece than their current laptop. After all, why get a new one with worse performance? Ultrabooks' specs aren't that good yet.
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