Modern PC Users Have Rejuvenated the Computer Market, Says Intel Exec
Smartphones are amazing for connecting users, but when people want to focus on a task or to get creative, they turn to their computers, said Intel vice president Ran Senderovitz
Elihay Vidal, Taipei | 15:24 02.06.2019
Smartphones are amazing for connecting users, but when people want to focus on a task or to get creative, they turn to their computers, Ran Senderovitz, vice president and general manager of mobile product marketing at Intel Corporation, said last week in an interview with Calcalist.
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