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Are doing quite well let me bring up this assist this is one of the ultra books and you guys developed.
The technology and and the basic design of this and the ship that goes in it and it.
By the way just pops up in two seconds it's just like very much the fastest thing -- How much -- this cost and how many other companies besides the -- of the world this is -- the Toshiba's are going to jump.
On -- under a thousand.
We have eleven company shipping different skews are different models this Christmas.
We've got six sorry who else besides one over on the -- announced global the ones that I know about that all of this Christmas we'll be.
-- -- -- -- But Sony.
And and a few others are probably move -- should earlier today.
All the major brands going into next year starting in in in the early part of -- -- -- -- seeing new designs come out from people like Dell and HP.
And and then when we introduce IP bridge our next generation microprocessor there's there are sixty more designs coming out.
So our view is that this will just get more and more pervasive.
Bill that does not they're not gonna stop at a thousand dollars are gonna come down to.
Mainstream price points is it gonna be as attractive as.
As a notebook is today the same price point was much more feature feature -- people look touch screen what does that gonna happen.
next year to touch screen part of is it no operating systems take advantage of -- -- so -- windows eight comes out.
You'll start seeing.
Sort of hybrid models of that integrate the functionality of a tablet and a notebook into a single provides -- -- should -- -- Packard if you guys have been partners with Hewlett-Packard for so long I have to ask you.
When -- -- occur announced that they were going to jettison their.
Their laptop in their computer business I know I was stunned.
What did you think about that I thought.
That they would -- so -- of Bush's I was stunned that the what is He thinking.
I don't know what decision you know Megan report will make now I hope that they decide to stay in the business I think I think that when you think about their business it is it is.
-- printed ink is such an important part of HP.
And over time all of us are printing less stuff.
More moreover are living -- -- our digital images right and so to leave it consumer digital electronics.
To me is it would be a very strange decision to make when your whole business model is tied up in imaging and those kinds of.
Have you talked to -- about I'm not visible on the phone -- have Aussie for the first time Friday and what will be your main message to her -- course don't -- -- don't -- the business.
Alright let us know how that conversation got a shirt she's got wish you watch -- didn't sound like it was a done deal.
Want to talk about the fact that you sit on the president's job some competitive spot panel with Jeff Immelt some other people.
That's home of this nation has gotten so nasty Paul about everything that.
-- even if I'd like Jeff Immelt who has just try to do business for General Electric getting beaten out by certain members of some of them at the Tea Party.
For even having just a venture with China -- the press.
Read the press -- well certainly you tell me what you think about that I mean didn't.
-- is getting beaten up it for even helping the president you're help try to help the president.
You know him -- -- -- the that He wasn't the only one picked on they've picked on other members of the council these these are people doing volunteer work we're doing real work.
For no money to try to help the country and and to get picked on but just because of that I think is really problematic but should companies be beaten up for having ventures with China.
If I if I were shareholder G and and Jeff was not focused on China it's a what what is your China strategy.
The one of the one of the major discussions at the until -- -- Room is.
What is your China strategy.
How can you become more relevant in China -- -- business and what does it is the largest market for almost for every don't want what do you do business that we've been in China for almost thirty years now we disorder twentieth anniversary.
Our mix in China is stronger than it is in the United States.
Our -- -- higher in China than here it's a great place to do business if you've got a product that is detectable and we do it's pretty hard to counterfeit.
A microprocessor you need a lot of factories and lot of engineers.
A lot of smart people which is what Intel started off with way back in the late sixties and here you work today just the fit CEO of this company.
Coming out with a sixth record quarter for earnings congratulate forecasting its of a forecasting a seventh will be watching it and thank you you guys have always been the most supportive of us.
Here fox business for three days in a ballot coverage -- five we come back absolutely.
-- follow alleviate it of Fox Business explicit saying people should be in China doing business -- He would tell if you look Packard and He will tell Meg Whitman.
That she should stay the course with Hewlett-Packard being in the PC.
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