New Intel CES Tablets

Intel Promises Thinner, Lighter, More Powerful Laptop-Tablet Hybrids

Intel Promises Thinner, Lighter, More Powerful Laptop-Tablet Hybrids

When it comes to ultrabook-tablet hybrids, Intel doesn't discriminate. Touch- and keyboard-enabled convertibles in sizes big, small, and somewhere in between are going to be faster, lighter, and more high performance than ever with Intel's new fourth generation Intel Core processor in 2013. The part-time laptop, part-time tablet devices running on Intel's new lower-power computer chips will do double duty for up to 13 hours — the biggest battery life gain in the company's history.

Read on for more about what Intel's CES event told us about the future of mobile computing, and see the new high-performance hybrids available this year for yourself.

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