Phablets, transformers, and hybrid PCs steal the show at Computex

The show in Taipei became a coming-out party for Intel Haswell-powered devices
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Just in case you haven't been keeping up with the doings in Taipei, Taiwan, this week at the Computex show, here's the scoop: Intel has ended the teasers over its fourth-generation Core processors, dubbed Haswell, and formally started shipping this more powerful and energy-efficient hardware. Quad-core models will power laptops and desktops, while dual-core Haswell processors will show up in PCs, laptops, and tablets. Here's a look at some of the first products designed to use the Intel processors, plus a smattering of those based on other chips (product news reported by Agam Shah and Michael Kan of IDG News Service).

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