Intel Sees The Future: Smaller Desktops, Unique Designs, Wireless Networking.. Duh?

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Last Updated: Thursday, February 28, 14:20 EST Â* (19:20 GMT)



What's in store for the PC

February 28 - 14:20 ET: C|net takes a look at what changes might be made to the PC in the coming years, as Intel explains its vision at its Developer Forum. Among the items set to take hold next year are more compact and stylish case designs, as well built-in wireless networking -- features that Macs have touted for years. From the more technical standpoint, Intel expects 8x AGP slots, USB 2.0, and serial-ATA hard drives will be standard by the second-half of 2003. Meanwhile, a new high-speed interconnect standard, dubbed 3GIO, could debut in 2004, replacing PCI and AGP slots and ushering in the most significant change to the architecture of PCs in more than a decade. Innovation will come more slowly in the laptop arena, with a heavier focus placed on size, weight, and battery-life.

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  • Reply 1 of 2
    jambojambo Posts: 3,036member
    When reading Intel Sees The Future read Intel Sees Apple Takes A Few Rough Notes And Delivers Verbal Dihorea.



    J :cool:
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    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,122member
    [quote]Originally posted by MacsRGood4U:

    <strong>From MacMinute:



    Last Updated: Thursday, February 28, 14:20 EST Â* (19:20 GMT)



    What's in store for the PC

    February 28 - 14:20 ET: C|net takes a look at what changes might be made to the PC in the coming years, as Intel explains its vision at its Developer Forum. Among the items set to take hold next year are more compact and stylish case designs, as well built-in wireless networking -- features that Macs have touted for years. From the more technical standpoint, Intel expects 8x AGP slots, USB 2.0, and serial-ATA hard drives will be standard by the second-half of 2003. Meanwhile, a new high-speed interconnect standard, dubbed 3GIO, could debut in 2004, replacing PCI and AGP slots and ushering in the most significant change to the architecture of PCs in more than a decade. Innovation will come more slowly in the laptop arena, with a heavier focus placed on size, weight, and battery-life.</strong><hr></blockquote>

    Yes and you will able to cook an egg with bacon on it ...
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