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Kenya will be the lucky recipient of reasonably priced Intel Ultrabooks, made especially for the emerging market. Earlier this week, Intel launched six Ultrabooks for the eager Kenyan market, ranging from Kshs 60 000 (US$725) to 90 000 (US$1087).
Danie Steyn, Intel East African General Manager says the new laptops are “an evolution”:
“Ultrabook devices represent the next step in the evolution of the PC. There is a hunger for a device that can act like a tablet, but that allows for a full computing experience — this is exactly what Ultrabook devices deliver.”
Steyn hopes that the Ultrabooks will deliver an alternative to tablet devices.
“The Ultrabook is a tablet when you want it to be and a notebook when you need it. It also has other high-end features such as SSD storage and USB 3.0 connectivity.”
High-end, budget priced devices