Intel Discusses Ultrabooks at Kunzum in Delhi
Intel is standing by their Ultrabook brand, Calling them the future of portable computing. The Intel powered ultrabooks offer longer battery life, thinner designs and faster performance among other things.
Key Features of Ultraooks
- Ultrabook devices must be 18mm or less in thickness for systems with displays less than 14 inches and 21mm or less for systems with displays 14 inches or more; some current systems are much thinner.
- All 3rd generation Intel Core Ultrabook devices wake up in a flash — going from a very deep sleep state (S4) to full use (keyboard interaction) in less than 7 seconds, and wake up from “sleep” mode even faster. Additionally, they must be responsive while active, meaning they will load and run favorite applications quickly.
Extended battery life
- Ultrabook devices must offer at least 5 hours of battery life with many meeting the recommended level of 8 hours plus in even the sleekest form factors.
- Intel Anti-Theft (Intel AT) technology is a hardware-based technology that makes it possible to lock down an Ultrabook if it’s lost or stolen and helps secure sensitive information stored on the devices hard drive. If recovered, it can be quickly reactivated to full functionality. Intel AT enabled-services are available from Absolute Software*, Intel, Norton* and McAfee*.
- Ultrabook systems come enabled with Intel® Identify Protection technology to provide a more secure online experience for activities such as shopping, banking or gaming online. It uses chip-level authentication similar to hardware tokens and is widely regarded by security experts as a more secure approach than software-only authentication.
- Ultrabooks based on 3rd generation Core must have either USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt technology to enable incredibly fast transfer capabilities.
- Powered by Intel Core processor family for Ultrabook.
Intel is also building strong for the Future Specifications
Intel’s vision for the Ultrabook is a multi-year, industry-wide endeavor in which Intel will increasingly deliver on the promise toward a no-compromise, most complete, satisfying and more secure computing experience.
Phase 3 of the Ultrabook rollout starts in 2013 when Intel expects the majority of the market to have undergone the conversion to Ultrabook devices with its next-generation “Haswell” (codename) processor. 2013 models based on Intel’s next-generation “Haswell” processors will deliver longer connected standby battery life (more than 10 days expected in some cases) as a result of the more than 20x anticipated reduction in connected standby power in “Haswell.”