Windows Vista delay no problem, says Intel

Posted on Thursday, Mar 23 2006 @ 21:58 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Don MacDonald, Vice President of Intel's Digital Home Group, says he isn't concerned about the delay of Windows Vista:
Speaking to a group of CNET editors and reporters Thursday at the company's Santa Clara campus, MacDonald said he was confident that Intel will be able to entice consumers this year with its Viiv technology. Viiv is a PC platform designed to improve the use of photos, video and other entertainment elements in the home.

"I actually think people buy based on innovation, and I think the innovation we have on Viiv is going to be plenty," MacDonald said. Vista is a "wonderful product," he said, but "I don't think we'll be short of exciting things to offer consumers."
More info over at CNET.


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