Ultrabook Interview with Intel Germany

Updated on 20 August 2012 by

ultrabook-infoUltrabook-info.de, a site I’m often in communication with, has just published an interview with Intel’s PR manager for the German region. There’s a lot of typical PR commentary in it but reading between the lines, a few things bubbling under….

Comments on connected standby for the next generation of Core (Haswell) has me thinking of ‘always on, always connected’ and GRP chassis that will be available next year. There’s also confirmation about the confusing element of security. All Ultrabooks based on 3rd Generation Intel platforms (Ivy Bridge) will support Intel Identity Protection Technology and Intel Anti-Theft Technology.

Check out the full interview here and, if you’re a German reader, don’t forget to bookmark the site.

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