Intel is trying to promote the buying of Ultrabooks this year at CES 2012.

It’s chips power these devices so that kinda makes sense.

In its presentation today, Intel vice president and general manager of the Intel PC Client group Mooly Eden discussed the following about Ultrabooks:

  • voice recognition
  • multitouch
  • security
  • portabilty
  • design

In addition, Intel is saying there are at least 75 Ultrabooks coming to a store near you in 2012, many of which will cost less than $1000.

Intel also demoed some of the Ultrabooks to show off  the power of their Intel “Sandy Bridge” and “Ivy Bridge” processors.


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