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April 15, 2013


Ha! I agree with you on that point, James. They really should try to take their slide creation to another level.

Not to knock Intel, but man, their slides and some of their marketing terms always look so incredibly cheesy and corny to me. That slide for "perceptual computing" with the guy in it looks like something marketing teams in 1994 would have made. Kinda reminds me of those old Nintendo Power ads in magazines from the 90s.

There are still 2 markets, enterprise and consumer. Evidence indicates that Microsoft will dominate the enterprise, but that people will resist buying as long as they're forced to use the insane, dual, Windows 8. Microsoft has failed in almost everything that addresses the consumer directly, leading potentials here for Android and Tizen, but Tizen is an unknown with questionable developer support, and Android has so many different incompatible versions that consumer acceptance is dubious. It's far too early to predict disaster or success, but the over-the-top positiveness of Intel indicates "Irrational exuberance."

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