“It looks like chip giant Intel has gone too far by attempting to have prospective buyers sold on Ultrabooks. Bright Side of News* editor Anshel Sag caught Intel’s Mooley Eden cheating during yesterday’s press conference at the CES show in Las Vegas. Mooley can be seen in the below video fake-driving a commonplace racing game by Codemasters called F1 2011,” Christian Zibreg reports for 9to5Mac.
“In reality, he simply played back a video file using VLC media player and proceeded to fool the audience into believing they were witnessing a live demonstration of the graphical capabilities of the Ivy Bridge platform that powers forthcoming Ultrabook notebooks,” Zibreg reports. “This prompted the author to dub the unbelievable move a display as ‘a gross distrust of their own demo.'”
Zibreg reports, “Intel promised a massive advertising campaign to help push MacBook Air-like notebooks that have been struggling to steal the limelight of Apple’s machine.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]