Intel Core Challenge: Then There Were Two

April 14th, 2007 |
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Last week four judges–IDEO Founder David Kelley, former PC Magazine Editor-in-Chief Michael Miller, GQ Associate Editor Kevin Sintumuang, and Intel CEO Paul Otellini–gave the finalist PCs in the Core 2 Challenge a once-over. A few designs that made the top ten happen to be top secret and can’t be shown publicly. Still, the four judges decided to move two overlooked PCs into the finalist pool. And from those they chose the winner and the runner-up. The winning system will be revealed at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing on Tuesday, April 17th.

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