Intel To Pay Up To $1 Million Bounty For Sexy, Small, Stylish PCs
INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Francisco, Sept. 26, 2006 - Intel Corporation is challenging PC designers and manufacturers to think sexy, stylish and small as they design the next generation of home PCs optimized for multimedia entertainment and powered by Intel(R) CoreTM2 Duo processors.
Looking to evolve the "big, beige box" and help bring to market more stylish, small, quiet and cool-running PCs perfect for any room in the home, Intel announced the Intel(R) CoreTM Processor Challenge. The contest will award up to $1 million in prizes to the PC designer and manufacturer that designs and builds the smallest and most stylish home PCs powered by Intel(R) ViivTM technology, Intel's premium brand for in-home, media-optimized PCs featuring an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Systems will be evaluated on attributes of style, acoustics, functionality and features. READ MORE...
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