So the first ultra mobile PCs didn't exactly live up to the hype, but Intel isn't prepared to give up on the portable device. At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Intel promised to speed up development of a processor that will deliver all day battery life.
Previously promised for 2010, Intel now plans to start shipping the chip in 2008. The chip maker furthermore showed off a second generation UMPC device that connects to a car's entertainment system.
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