FUD Zilla heard Shark Bay, the notebook platform based on Intel's Haswell processor, promises to deliver faster resume times, Intel smart connect, connected stand by and more sensors. Thunderbolt will be standard, as well as Intel Wireless display and NFC (near field communication).
Shark Bay will arrive next year.
With more fuzz about sensors, NFC, all-day battery and thin and light approach Intel’s notebook of the future is basically a tablet with a keyboard that probably costs a bit more money and offers traditional PC functionality.
The future is looking good, but we still have to see Ivy Bridge in action, and we have to wait some 14 months from today before we actually see Shark Bay 2013 and Haswell.