Intel at CES 2008: Go Off and Do Something Wonderful

January 17th, 2008 |
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In his CES keynote, Intel CEO and President Paul Otellini introduced the concept of virtual Smash Mouth, and with a nod to the slew of Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) on view on the massive CES show floor, as well as the newer, more powerful laptops and gaming systems on display, he made clear the significance of Intel’s 45 nanometer transistor technology. The bottom line, from Otellini’s keynote: “The Internet is going to come to us.” The Intel presence at CES also included the Intel Extreme Gaming Truck, an opportunity to “Blast Into Zero G with Intel,” and a very memorable “It Won’t Stay In Vegas” blogger party.

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