Intel Says A Laptop Could Save Santa Lots Of Time

Posted: Dec 14 2007, 11:12am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:18am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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Intel says that it could save Santa lots of time this holiday season. If Santa used an Intel powered notebook, Intel says he could order enough gifts for the typical UK family this year consisting of five presents.

Intel says buying the five gifts per family would take Santa only one hour online. I say Santa better have some fast fingers and a high credit card limit to pull that off.

Intel says it would take Santa an average of 30 clicks of the mouse to buy the family gifts and have them delivered. Steve Shakespeare Intel Director of Consumer said, "Santa deserves to be able to shop the easy way online so he can put his feet up before doing all those present deliveries on Christmas Eve. In fact, I think we all need to conserve a little expense and energy before Xmas, so using a laptop and Wi-Fi to shop online is a great idea".

Via Intel

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