Asus and Intel collaborate on 'dream PC' hardware; launches new website

Intel and Asus unveiled a collaborative project called “dream PC” for which they’ve launched a new website WePC.com to give consumers a place to discuss ideas and designs for three styles of PC that Asus will eventually build with Intel Atom, Centrino 2, and Centrino 2 Extreme processors. The three categories are: Gamer, Notebook, and Netbook.  Users […]

Intel and Asus unveiled a collaborative project called “dream PC” for which they’ve launched a new website WePC.com to give consumers a place to discuss ideas and designs for three styles of PC that Asus will eventually build with Intel Atom, Centrino 2, and Centrino 2 Extreme processors. The three categories are: Gamer, Notebook, and Netbook. 

Users submit their "dream PCs" and design ideas, which’re then voted and commented upon by other users. Prizes will be awarded to those users whose creative input has proven productive, though as of launch there are no other details regarding winning criteria or prizes.

To share an idea or dream PC, a participant fills out a description of what how her idea works, along with its key features. Also included is an in-browser image creation tool identical to the Facebook Graffiti application.

Source:→ BetaNews