Intel and partners introduce “socially conscious” Bay Trail Chromebooks with 11+ hour battery life


Chromebooks seem to be getting a foothold where the netbook failed. At the Chromebook event today, Intel introduced a bevy of notebooks from its partners, powered by Google’s Chrome operating system. With the PC market dwindling, Intel is keen to expand its portfolio. By jumping on the growing Chromebook market it can keep doing what it does best–making silicon–while partnering with Google and its emerging OS. At today’s event Dell and Acer also announced 4th generation Core i3 processor Chromebooks. With additional announcements from Asus and Lenovo, the chip maker was also able to keep its promise to create conflict-free...

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