The contest will award prizes to the PC designer and manufacturer that designs and builds the "smallest and most stylish home PCs" powered by Intel's Viiv technology.
SAN JOSE, Calif. Intel Corp. is challenging PC designers and manufacturers to think "sexy, stylish and small" as they design the next generation of home PCs.
In doing so, Intel (Santa Clara, Calif.) announced the so-called "Intel Core Processor Challenge." The contest will award up to $1 million in prizes to the PC designer and manufacturer that designs and builds the "smallest and most stylish home PCs" powered by Intel's Viiv technology.
The Intel Core Processor Challenge is open to PC designers and manufacturers worldwide. Intel will award the grand prize winner with up to $300,000 to help enable the mass production of the winning system and $400,000 for co-marketing activities with Intel around the winning system. The first-place winner will receive up to $300,000 to help enable the mass production of their winning system.
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