Intel’s booth here at the Computex is full of ultrabooks in their concept stage. Some are familiar, like the Zenbook, but most others are just totally new to us.
As I talk to one of the folks that was manning the Intel booth, he explained that the ultrabooks that on display in their station are mostly concept that’s been submitted to them by ODMs and laptop manufacturers.
It means that the designs might not even end up in store shelves but mostly to illustrate the case use of each ultrabook design.
This particular one caught my attention so I ask the guy to fold it up and down for me while I record a video:
But who knows, we might still see them being polished and optimized to usable status.
So far, it looks like Intel’s bid for the ultrabook market is getting some serious traction. We’re seeing dozens of those thin and light laptops almost in all big booths here in Computex.