Thursday, October 30, 2008

Want to design the next Asus Netbook?

If you could design your own computer, what features would your dream machine have?

That's what Intel and Asus are hoping to learn from WePC.com, a Web site launched jointly by the two companies that solicits ideas from consumers with the goal of producing what they call "the world's first community-designed PCs."

The site divides its focus into three "conversation groups," in which consumers work together to design Netbooks, notebooks, and gaming notebooks.

"Visitors to the site can share ideas, vote on submitted concepts and engage in discussions with other community members about the qualities of the 'dream' PC," Intel said in a statement.

"Intel believes the spark for innovation can come from anywhere," Mike Hoefflinger, general manager of Intel's Partner Marketing Group, said in a statement.

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