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Submitted by Columbo 1157d ago | news

GE's Jet Engine Technology May Cool Your Next iPad Or Ultrabook

Forbes writes:

"Engineers over at GE Global Research may be responsible for future iPads, tablets, and ultrabooks sporting an even thinner form factor and a significantly “cooler” disposition. Imagine the same technology that improves air flow through the mighty engines of military fighter jets being shrunk down to 3 millimeters and placed onto your motherboard." (General Electric, iPad, PC hardware, Tablets)

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