Intel Ceo Brian Krzanich Shows Working 14nm Soc Laptop, Announces Sub $100 Tablets At Idf 2013

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich shows working 14nm SoC laptop, announces sub $100 tablets at IDF 2013

Just now onstage at IDF 2013, CEO Brian Krzanich showed off a functioning laptop running on a 14nm Broadwell Intel SoC. Naturally, Krzanich didn’t deal any other details about the laptop, but did say that we’d see those tiny chips ship by the end of this year. And, following that little nugget, Chipzilla announced that there will be tablets packing Intel silicon being sold for less than $100 this holiday season.
For the no credit check laptop financing original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.engadget.com/2013/09/10/intel-ceo-brian-krzanich-shows-working-14nm-soc-laptop-announce/

Help needed. Is this laptop good?

Convertibles as a whole have been a refreshing, occasionally useful (see: the Lenovo Yoga) tangent, but have never really added a permanent dimension to the core idea of a laptop weve been sculpting for years. For that, we need the Surface, or something like it. The job of a piece of technology is to convey the needs of a person into a form thats pleasant enough to use every day.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.gizmodo.co.uk/2013/09/the-laptop-revival-is-here-the-laptop-is-dying/

The Laptop Is Dying

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Is it a good trade? How will this laptop fare in today’s games? I intend to use it for mostly gaming.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1795834/needed-laptop-good.html

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