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Intel continues to tout its upcoming slew of Ultrabook releases this year — to the point where it neglects some of its key hardware brands like Ivy Bridge and Thunderbolt, according to ZDNet's Rachel King.
Here's Intel's ntel Vice President Mooly Eden showing off an ultrabook powered by an Intel processor.
See more from Intel's presentation.
Here's a look at concept tablets from Sony.
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