by October 1, 2012 0 comments



The mobile world is becoming increasingly complex. On one side, you have smartphones and tablets, which are primarily used for content consumption, while on the other, you have notebooks and ultrabooks, which are primarily used for content creation. So users end up carrying both devices together, and swapping between the two depending upon their need of the moment. This can become a little frustrating for users, so to counter that, most hardware vendors are coming out with versions of their ultrabooks that can also be converted into tablets. These were showcased at the Intel Developer Forum, held recently in San Francisco.
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