Intel today unveiled its new products including tablets, 2-in-1s and PCs at an event in Delhi. The chipmaker showcased devices running Intel Pentium processor and Intel Core processor from Acer, Asus, Croma, Dell, Flipkart, HP, iBall, Lenovo, Notion Ink, and Toshiba.
Some of the new products include Intel Core M and Intel RealSense with the new Dell Venue 87000 Series tablet, the first device that includes Intel RealSense snapshot. Intel also showed its RealSense 3D camera, which it claims to be the world's first integrated 3D depth and 2D camera module that matches depth much like the human eye. Other demonstrations included, wireless charging, voice assistant, as well as 3D printing. The YT2 8 comes with Voice Calling.
With the new innovations, Intel promises of speed, improved graphics, larger battery life and higher resolution displays.
Thaine Creitz, Director, Technical Sales and Architecture Enabling, Intel, says, “Our vision is to strip away the complexity and friction of computing and enable an entirely new way of interacting with technology that’s more intuitive, natural, and immersive. Today, we wanted to demonstrate this in action. We‘re making technology a truly personal experience—it starts with Intel Inside.”
Thaine adds, “It’s easy to become overwhelmed with the choice available when purchasing a new device – there are different screen sizes, connectivity options, features and operating systems. When it comes to getting great performance from your device, we believe success is determined by the quality of the technology inside and at Intel, we are focused on the quality of what goes inside your devices.”