The session featured a wide array of form factors including the latest 2-in-1 devices, Ultrabooks, Value PCs, Tablets with Android and Windows 8 as well as Smartphones based on Intel processors.
A range of demos and applications were showcased on these devices to highlight the benefits of Intel architecture devices.
The session included showcasing of the ArcSoft ShowBiz which is a Windows 8 UI application to produce videos quickly using the Intel Quick Sync Video feature.
Also available in new 4th generation Intel Core processors, the Intel Iris Pro graphics 5200 and Intel Iris graphics 5100 claim to give consumers a better gaming experience.
At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco this week, Intel will officially introduce Bay Trail, Intel's first 22nm SoC for mobile devices based on the company's new low-power, high-performance Silvermont microarchitecture.
Speaking at the event, Thaine Creitz, Director Consumer Channels Group, Intel Corporation said, "2013 has been a special year for us, with the launch of 4th Gen Intel Core processors and the Silvermont microarchitecture. These innovations have been a step towards revolutionising the way we interface with computing devices through touch, voice, facial recognition and gesture-based interactions."
"With the launch of Bay Trail later this year, we will only take another step in making this a reality and the event today is aimed at showcasing how the consumer's experience can be taken to the next level," Creitz said.
--IBNS (Posted on 10-09-2013)