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Intel Ivy Bridge: What Enterprise IT Gains
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5/8/2012 | 6:07:10 AM
re: Intel Ivy Bridge: What Enterprise IT Gains
"Intel will own the desktop and high-end laptop market, and the space in between the two will likely become more confused."

I don't know if Intel will own the desktop and laptop market. If Microsoft develops a full port of Windows for ARM 64 bit, there might be several profit margin squeezed PC OEMs that will jump ship for ARM. The vast majority of PC users are not scratching the surface of the CPU performance on their current Intel chips. I think consumers and OEMs would trade CPU power they don't need for a lower cost.


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