The Washington Post has just published an interesting article outlining the author's disappointment with Intel's VIIV campaign. Although there has been ample marketing dollars thrown at this campaign, there has been little no no innovation in terms of hardware to give consumers any compelling reason to opt for a VIIV certified system. Hopefully, the campaign will mature over time and we'll see some key hardware innovations come to the table to offer more features and functionality than a standard PC.
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