Computex | Visioning Intel: main points of the presentation




Computex | Visioning Intel: main points of the presentation


During the presentation on the company’s Computex 2013 Intel revealed some interesting developments and talked about his plans for the mobile device market. However, first things first.

Camera Creative Senz3D

Announcement of the peripheral chamber Creative Senz3D caused an unprecedented interest. New product allows users to manipulate objects on the screen using gestures, thus completely remove the background. It seems like a novelty – it’s evolved device Creative Interactive Gesture Camera, which was shown during the event IDF. According to Intel, this 3D-camera will appear in retail in the next quarter and the second half of 2014 the project will be integrated directly into the finished device (ultrabooks next generation?).

Processors Intel Haswell

During the presentation, the representative of the CPU giant has once again made ​​an emphasis on the energy efficiency of new Intel Haswell processors , application-oriented based tablets and ultrabooks, Transformers. Intel is at this time not only talked a lot, but has demonstrated that thin tablet based on CPU Haswell with a passive cooling system. It is worth noting that we are talking about the processors Intel Core, and not Atom Clover Trail. Perhaps in the near future the market will be a lot of tablets running Windows 8 on the basis of CPU Haswell.

Modem 4G LTE XMM 7160

Intel has decided to compete with Qualcomm and showed modem 4G LTE XMM 7160 of its own design. New product designed to work in tandem with the new Quad-Core Intel Bay Trail , executed at rates 22-nm process. At the Intel booth were presented prototypes of tablets on which were launched demanding games, and have been transmitted Ultra HD resolution video using the module LTE.


Tablets and ultrabooks transformers based on processors Intel Core Haswell and Atom Bay Trail will be at the end of the year, and the cost will be about $ 400.
Platform Intel Merrifield

Smartphones Intel is also not spared. During the presentation, Vice President of Sales Tom Killroy showed a prototype based on 22-nm SoC Intel Merrifield, in a configuration that includes the quad-core processor. Unfortunately, the first smartphone based on this SoC will not appear on the market before 2014. According to Intel, at the MWC 2014 in Barcelona will see a lot of ready-to-release smartphones based on the platform Intel Merrifield.

Recall that the SoC Intel Merrifield use Silvermont architecture , which should provide a 50-percent jump in productivity and a significant reduction in energy consumption compared to existing currently on the market 32nm processors. Among the major innovations in single-chip systems, Intel Merrifield also note a three-time increase in graphics performance and support for screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. In the configuration of Intel Merrifield will also include a set of sensors to ensure the protection and personalized services.
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