IDF kicks into full swing

Subject: General Tech | September 12, 2012 - 12:04 PM |
Tagged: Intel, idf 2012, haswell

The real news today is coming out of San Francisco, not Cupertino, as that is where the Intel Developer Forum is being held.  If you missed Ryan's Live Blog yesterday you can catch some of what you missed over at Legit Reviews, with pictures of some of the slides and products which were revealed during the keynote address, up to and including a Core i7 powered Coke machine.  This machine has a 46" 1080p screen. WiFi, a QR Code reader, camera and microphone ... as well as a coin slot and dispenser so you can actually get a can of Coke.  It seems Intel wants to redefine the way people gather around the watercooler to chat.  They did not state if it could play Crysis.

Catch all our coverage under the IDF 2012 tag.

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"Intel showed a slide that said Haswell will have uncompromised performance, all day use and greater than 10 days of connected standby. This all adds up to a mainstream notebook that has a connected standby power that is 20x better than we what we had in 2011 with the ‘Sandy Bridge’ architecture. The slide also said that Intel is targeting 2013 to launch Haswell, which supports the rumored Q2 2013 launch time frame..."

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September 15, 2012 | 12:39 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

And the cokes it sells have little nanobots that self_assemble into a RFI tracking chip inside your brain!
We hear! and obey! O giant marketing overloard! Geeze! I'am still thirsty after drinking three of these!

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