INTEL’S ULTRABOOK STAND
Thin and light design
An Ultrabook has to be less than 2 cm in thickness, most are much thinner. (The Macbook Air is 1.7 cm thick.)
The units will have features like Identify Protection tech to provide a more secure online experience and will use chiplevel authentication, considered more secure than softwareonly authentication. Intel is working with authentication partners to solutions for Ultrabooks and work with the ecosystem—including online banking, gaming, ecommerce and social media sites. There will also be Intel’s Anti-theft technology which will disable the unit if it gets stolen.
They will need to be in a price range of $1,000.