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Intel showcases new technology-enabled experiences

By Chester Labaco - on 21 Mar 2016, 12:55pm

Intel showcases new technology-enabled experiences


Intel Philippines has unveiled a series of new devices and technologies that will transform the way technology is consumed in the Philippines and deliver a new technology-enabled experience.

The ASUS GX700. Powered by an Intel 6th Generation  i7 6820HK

Technology showcased by Intel include the 6th Generation Intel Core processors that power a broad range of computing form factors, as well as the Intel Curie module which provides a real-time sensor data and will enable consumers to experience technology like never before.

Today’s fast technology adoption continues to drive demand for better-performing, more power-efficient devices that help users do more. Intel’s 6th Generation Intel Core processors, deliver enhanced performance and new immersive experiences at the lower power levels ever. These enhancements include a new quad-core Intel Core i5 processor that offers up to 60% improved mobile multitasking.

Devices powered by Intel’s current Core processors can now utilize WiGig and Intel WiDi features for wireless display freedom, Intel RealSense Technology and Windows Hello for password-free logins, and the integration of Intel RealSense and Cortana for more immersive interactions with virtual assistants.

The Intel Compute Stick

The flexibility of the 6th Generation Intel Core Processors allow it to be a scalable processor that helps enable a broad range of devices such as 2-in-1s, All-in-One desktops, and even Intel’s 2nd Generation Intel Compute Stick powered by the Intel Core M processor.


Along with the Intel’s 6th Generation Intel Core Processors and the 2nd Generation of the Intel Compute Stick, they have also announced the Intel Gaming NUC Skull Canyon. Packing a 6th Generation Intel Core i7-6770HQ complemented by up to 32GB of RAM, it sports Intel Thunderbolt 3 connector t that is capable of connecting to the Razer Core to use a desktop class GPU.

The Internet of Things (IoT) also came up in Intel’s presentation. By bringing IoT to the level of consumers and power users, private institutions and academies have now become starting points for individuals to try their hand in creating new technology.

Through Intel’s collaboration with various “Maker Labs” organizations such as the Philippine Society of Information Technology Educators (PSITE) and academia from the University of the Philippines, a total of 400 Intel Galileo development boards were provided to serve as educational platforms for students and individuals who aspire to create their own innovations powered by the Intel chip.