Intel @ CES

If you were at CES, you might have noticed this, but Intel is making waves both in the software and hardware side of things. We won awards @ CES for tablets, Ultrabooks and mobile processors. In addition, we also released the most acclaimed and reviewed Intel API Manager, which is making waves in the software world. I will write soon about the gizmos and APIs that car and electronic vendors announced at CES and how Intel API Manager can help you in that front.

• Two new Windows 8 tablets built around the Intel® Atom™ Z2760 processor (formerly “Clover Trail”), Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet 2 and the ASUS Vivo Tab TF810C;
• Several Intel-powered Ultrabook devices, including the dual-screen ASUS Taichi, convertible Dell XPS 12, sliding Toshiba Satellite U925t, carbon fiber-built Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, and 0.47-inch slim Acer Aspire S7; and
• Intel® 3rd generation Core™ processors, cited for delivering “up to 20% microprocessor performance improvement with dramatic visual gains for gamers, media enthusiasts and mainstream users.”


About Andy Thurai
This blog is published by Andy Thurai, Program Director - API Economy, IoT, Connected cloud solutions with IBM. The views expressed here are my own and not of my employer. Please feel free to comment or engage in a stimulating conversation, but please keep it professional. I can be reached via the “Contact Me” page here. You can also find me on LinkedIn or on Twitter @AndyThurai

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