At Computex 2011, Doug Davis kicked off his satellite event with a video highlighting the need for unique companion computing solutions that provide a personal connection between the user, the device and the application, including Intel-based netbooks and tablets. It’s not a “one device fits all” model. We don’t all like the same food. We don’t all drive the same car. And we don’t all want the exact same experience from our devices. Intel believes a great companion computing experience begins with a device and a software stack that offers the user a broad range of choice in terms of how it looks, what it is best at, and how you interact with it.
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