During an Earnings Conference Call on Tuesday, Intel CEO Pauls Otellini has shared what the consumers will can expect from the company and its partners. Intel is selling high in terms of ultrabooks and it hope to continue the trend throughout the next quarter. But, that’s not what the consumers should be happy about. The Intel chief also shared that the consumers will have the option to choose from more than 140 ultarbooks in coming months. A substantial part of them would be touch enabled. And, a dozen of them would be convertible.
The premier also revealed that all of the 140 ultrabooks in the pipeline are based on Intel’s Ivy Bridge architecture. Among them more than 40 will be touch enabled. That means, they would probably feature Windows 8, and the touch enabled ultrabooks would probably launch after October 26, 2012.
Intel CEO also revealed that the consumers will be able to get their hands on $699 ultrabooks by this fall.
Paul Otellini also mentioned that Intel’s power-efficient Clover Trail Atom chip based tablets will also show up in the fall.