Computer manufacturers Lenovo, Asustek and Acer will launch its latest category of notebook computer in the third and fourth quarter, and anticipates to see their costs lesser than $999 in the fourth quarter, according to the Top chipmaker Intel Corporation.
The worldwide investment arm of Intel, the Intel Capital, will make a $300 million fund to invest in companies building hardware and software technologies for the latest category of PCs recognized as Ultrabook.
Erik Reid, Intel’s PC Client Group General Manager of Mobile Platforms Division said, “We are working very hard to bring the . . . → Read More: Intel Expects Ultrabook PCs to Be Priced Lesser Than $999