“We have identified 2-in-1s as a significant business category and I highly believe that this category would bring more revenue throughout this restructuring process. It’s a market that has shown a significant growth since 2013 and it’s a diversified market. In 2013, we had only 25 2-in-1 designs in the market. By the end of 2015, we saw more than 90 designs entering the market which also helped the average retail price of a device to be reduced from US$ 900 to a mere US$ 550, even lower than US$ 550. These changes tell you why Intel trust in his segment,” Indika told Daily FT when asked about Intel’s forecasts about the segment.
Intel 2-in-1s come in two categories; convertible and detachable. Convertible 2-in-1s with larger screen sizes are perfect for users who need performance with mobility (mobile professionals, photo and video-editing enthusiasts). Users can flip, swivel or slide the screen into tablet mode. Detachable 2-in-1s with smaller screens are well-suited for users such as frequent travelers and students. The keyboard can be detached anytime which brings maximum mobility for users. Both convertible and detachable devices are powered by 6th Gen Intel Core processors.
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