Intel shows portable all-in-one prototype, first Ready Mode app
As part of its renewed desktop push, Intel is attempting to innovate on the form-factor front. One of the form factors the company is pursuing is the portable all-in-one, or pAIO. Portable all-in-ones, as their name suggests, are large-screened iMac-style PCs that are designed to be moved around the house—say, from the living room coffee table to the kitchen counter.
According to Intel's new desktop chief, Lisa Graff, research shows that one out of three people in the U.S. move their desktop PC at least once a year. In China, that ...