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Intel's CEO talks about the future of Intel and the PC at IDF 2013

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich talks about the future of the PC and shows off a 14nm Broadwell SoC based PC during the IDF 2013 Keynote
By: Charles Gantt | Trade Shows News | Posted: Sep 10, 2013 7:33 pm

IDF 2013 - This morning during the keynote at Intel's Developer Forum 2013, CEO Brian Krzanich took some time to discuss the future of Intel as well as the future of the PC. He noted that the forward-looking landscape of the PC is a drastically different one than we've seen in the past and that manufacturers are focusing more on form factor to attract new customers.



He went on to introduce the world's first 14nm architecture-based pc running a Broadwell SoC. No other information was given about the PC, and we never got a really good look at his exterior, but Krzanich did say that we would see Broadwell chips shipping by the end of the year. Additionally he announced that we will see new tablets sporting Intel's silicon being sold for less than $100 this holiday season.




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