Marcia Hansen

Sleek Responsive Ultrabook: Your Portable Entertainment

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Here at the Intel booth at CES 2012, the Ultrabook™ takes center stage. The Ultrabook captures people’s attention because the Ultrabook offers great entertainment options. With my old PC, I can’t connect directly from my laptop to my HDTV with an HDMI cable in order to watch a video on the TV set. My old laptop doesn’t have an HDMI port. However, with the Ultrabook inspired by Intel, you can connect an HDMI or mini-HDMI cable via the port on the side or back of the computer.

Plus, depending on the model Ultrabook you choose, you will also have the option to stream (without any cables or wires) your favorite movies, TV shows, online content, photos, and videos directly to your HDTV with Intel® Wireless Display. You can use WiDi and your Ultrabook in one of the following ways:

1. Connect a WiDi Set-Top Adapter to your HDTV

2.Use an AT&T Uverse Cable Box

3. Connect your Playstation 3 to your HDTVintel-wireless-display-ces

4. With new TVs coming out this year from Samsung, LG and Toshiba, which have WiDi built in, you will be able to stream your content directly from your Ultrabook without an additional box. Look for the sticker at right.

Visit the Ultrabook Entertainment demo in the Intel booth at CES 2012 see it for yourself. Plus, you can see features and specs on the Ultrabook at our website.

 

 

 

More Ultrabook Entertainment photos from the Intel booth at CES 2012:

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Marcia Hansen

About Marcia Hansen

Marcia works as a digital storytelling marketing strategist for iQ and the Intel digital newsroom. She joined Intel in July 2010 after her pioneering work in social media at Allstate Insurance. She loves words, movies, photos, and world travel. Marcia holds an M.A. from the University of Missouri where she completed a thesis on digital literacies.

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