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SPONSORED VIDEO! Intelligent Sounds

Posted: October 2nd, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: PROMO | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on SPONSORED VIDEO! Intelligent Sounds

Intelligent SoundsAll tablets aren’t created equal, to prove this point Intel has teamed up with Flume – a musical project by übertalented Sydney artist Harley Streten – showcasing the potential of Intel powered Tablets.

The collaboration created a mesmerising film, a tincan band conducted by the most relaxed robot in the galaxy, performing a tune penned by Flume.

Intelligent Sounds, the film, brings to life Intel’s Fourth Generation of mobile processors.

We watched the film on an ASUS Windows 8 Tablet – powered of course by Intel – the vibrant, responsive graphics were definitely eye popping, a cinema in the palm, seriously good stuff :: Read the full article »»»»


Medfield: Intel’s New Mobile Processor

Posted: December 25th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Android, Technoid Computer News, Technoid Gadget News | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Medfield: Intel’s New Mobile Processor

Intel’s Medfield processor is a brand new flavor for Intel. Designed from the ground up for the extremely low power requirements of the Smartphone world. Intel hopes Medfield will go places they have never been, in our pockets. Intel has undoubtedly dominated the desktop computer for 30 years but they have consistently failed – had their butts kicked – in the low power world, smart phones and tablets included. The current leader of low power processors is the ARM processor. Designed in England and manufactured by many companies these processors can be found in every smartphone and 99% of tablets. Look out ARM Intel is gunning for your market.

For Midfield Intel has pulled out all the stops and is finally working in the right direction when it comes to low power. Starting with a notebook processor and altering it for ultra low power could be considered working top down, this time Intel has worked bottom up. Starting with the design of each type of transistor, optimizing each to stop current leakage, wasted power that is converted to heat. Working their way up the design ladder the chip itself integrates a new design strategy, System On A Chip. SoC is a process of integrating as much of a system onto one chip. Intel didn’t stop there, with their sights set on the Smartphone world they have built in technology to accelerate common android functions. Read the full article »»»»