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Posted by on May 28, 2012 in Hardware News |

Intel is desperate: They will release ULV chipset NM70 Ultrabooks “disabled”

will release a new called with a port-only support SATA III and without USB 3.0, SATA II with three and eight USB 2.0. That’s the news.

Do you interesting? What does this release in the context found, and the play that desperate this makes NM70 Intel ULV clear sign that the company runs in circles and something burning. Let’s see what happened to reach the NM70 ULV:

First, Intel takes on sale Ultrabooks, creates a platform that costs USD $ 1000 and only has good performance in CPU, but allows the construction of good performance notebooks, ultra-thin.

Second: Ultrabooks not very successful due to its high price.

Third: releases their own platforms to create ” Ultrathins “. Yes, we know, little creativity through but none of that matters when we see that, for example, is far superior to what it offers Intel in terms of performance , energy independence and more importantly, price, allowing teams $ 699 .

Fourth: Someone starts to get very nervous and invent Intel ridiculous strategies to lower the price of Ultrabooks as plastic housings , the use of ULV Celeron processor instead of Core i3 and now, this chipset NM70 ULV, removing all glamor to the platform.

The rest of the story is still being written, we’ll see if it will tip in favor of AMD or Intel. We already have our chips on.

Link: Intel’s Least Capable Chipset to Be Released This Autumn (Softpedia)

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