Intel Showcased 4th Generation Processors at The “India Retail Innovation & Technology Tour”
Intel today organized India Retail Innovation & Technology Tour, and showcased a wide range of devices powered by Intel’s latest processors.
The aim of the seminar was to showcase the advanced technology supported by Intel 4th generation processors, which helps users to interact with technology in various innovative ways like gestures, touch and voice commands.
Devices which were on display during the session include 2-in-1 devices, Ultrabooks, Tablets, Value PCs, and Smartphones, which are based on Intel processors.
2013 has been a special year for us, with the launch of 4 processors and the Silvermont micro-architecture. These innovations have been a step towards revolutionizing 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”- says, Thaine Creitz, Director Consumer Channels Group, Intel Corporation.
Intel 4th generation processors are Equipped with Intel Quick Sync Video to facilitate easier and faster conversion of videos. 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. You can create videos in various different formats like Blu-ray, DVDs, 3D videos, etc and also inter convert them easily and quickly.
Many products were showcased during the presentation including the Dell XPS18 which might launch in India soon, it has a giant touch screen of 18.4 inches with Intel Pentium / i3 / i5 processors, memory(RAM) is 4 / 4 / 8 GB, hard disk option would be 320 / 500 / 500 GB + 32 SSD, this device would have Windows 8 64 bit and the giant device weighs 2.2 Kg. This device costs $ 899.99 / 999.99 / 1349.99 respectively. You can find the images below.
Intel also showcased the mini CPU, which can make the towers portable. You can check some images below:
One of the tablet that was showcased during the event was the Ramos W32, comes with a 10.1 inch screen, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of in built storage and is priced at $259.99:
Besides of all these products, Intel showcased alot more. The company has tied up for smartphones with Indian manufacturers like Xolo and Lenovo and has plans to get some more partners to boost up its smartphone range.
[toggle title=”Press Release”]Intel hosts “India Retail Innovation & Technology Tour”
Showcases wide range of devices based on touch, gesture and voice recognition technologies
New Delhi, September 10, 2013: Intel today organized an interactive “India Retail Innovation &
Technology Tour” to showcase and demonstrate an all new “Fast-Easy– Safe” computing experience
through a wide range of high performance devices powered by Intel’s latest processors. The session
featured a wide array of form factors including the latest 2-in-1devices, Ultrabooks™, Value PCs,
Tablets with Android* and Windows 8* and Smartphones based on Intel processors. An exciting
range of demos and applications were showcased on these devices to highlight the benefits and
goodness of Intel® Architecture.
Applications to show touch with performance and enhanced gaming experience
Intel® Quick Sync Video, built right into the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor, uses dedicated
media processing to make video creation and conversion faster and easier. With it you can create
DVDs or Blu-ray* discs, create and edit 3D videos, convert 2D video files into 3D, and convert
video for your portable media player and for uploading to your favorite social networking sites—
all in a flash. The session included showcasing of the ArcSoft ShowBiz
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 give consumers a better gaming experience with more stunning
performance than ever before. One notable app that takes advantage of these new graphics to deliver
a visually stunning racing experience is Codemasters GRID 2
one could get a richer application experience on Intel® Architecture. In addition to great graphics,
Ultrabook device users can enhance their experiences with touch, sensor and gesture input.
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, highperformance Silvermont microarchitecture. Bay Trail will power a range of innovative designs most
notably tablets and 2-in-1s.
During the year Intel has also delivered the biggest increase in battery efficiency in the
company’s history with the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors. These 4th gen Intel Core
processors combine stunning PC performance with tablet-like mobility, accelerating the category of
2-in-1 devices. With power levels as low as 6 watts in system design power, Intel is enabling thinner,
lighter, cooler, quieter and fanless designs, while adding broad new human interfaces to computing
devices through touch, voice, facial recognition and gesture-based interactions.
Speaking at the event, Mr. Thaine Creitz, Director Consumer Channels Group, Intel
Corporation said “2013 has been a special year for us, with the launch of 4
processors and the Silvermont microarchitecture. These innovations have been a step towards
revolutionizing 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”.
Intel also announced the launch of the Silvermont microarchitecture earlier this year. The
technology is aimed squarely at low-power requirements in market segments from smartphones to
the data center and delivers industry-leading performance-per-watt efficiency. The highly balanced
design brings increased support for a wider dynamic range and seamlessly scales up and down in
performance and power efficiency.
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds
the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. Additional
information about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com and blogs.intel.com.
Intel, Intel Core, Intel Atom and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other
countries. * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.[/toggle]