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    Intel demos 10nm Cannon Lake laptop at the CES

    CEO confirms that such PCs will be available to buy before the year is over.
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    Re: Intel demos 10nm Cannon Lake laptop at the CES

    A bit OT, but I think nothing looks quite as silly as a group of people wearing VR headsets.

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    Re: Intel demos 10nm Cannon Lake laptop at the CES

    Agree, it does look funny!

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    Re: Intel demos 10nm Cannon Lake laptop at the CES

    if you cant get the laptop on a whole to be stable, the chip wont ever matter.

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