The Consumer Electronic Show is always fun each year and we try our best to follow Intel's keynote as we do with Intel Developer Forums (IDF) held biannually. While Briton's ARM has stolen most of the innovation thunder away from Intel over the years, Intel continues to drive innovation in many areas of the business. During September's IDF they revealed their breakthrough radio technology that will fuel the build out of next generation broadband network infrastructures. This will allow wireless carriers to update to future wireless standards at the speed of light though software updates instead of hardware equivalents today. While we applaud Intel for their work in many areas of the market that will benefit us all over time, it's great to see that Intel will finally deliver their long awaited Ultrabook Convertible. It will be the first generation notebook-tablet device with an all new grounds-up architecture called Haswell that will reinvent notebooks. Could it be the game changer that they've been hoping for since the arrival of Apple's iPhone in 2007? Could this product finally put Wintel back on consumer's radar screens after years of sluggish sales? For enterprise workers and students alike, it looks like the Ultrabook Convertible could potentially hand Wintel their first homerun in years. But will it be enough to be the most popular device for 2013? Time will tell.