Intel Brings Home Top Awards, Recognition during CES 2016

Intel Technologies, Products and Partners Win Best Drone, Best Wearable and More


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Intel technologies, products and partners received top awards during last week's CES 2016. Clockwise from upper left: Engadget, PC Magazine and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ technology the best drone of CES 2016. Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and uses Intel® RealSense™ technology, in their best-of-CES roundups. Intel's new Compute Stick, powered by the 6th Generation Intel Core M processor  or the latest quad-core Intel Atom processor, received the Editors' Choice Award from USA Today's Reviewed.com as well as Computer Shopper's Best of CES. CES 2016, the leading forum for the world's consumer technology leaders, ran Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 11, 2016 – At CES 2016 last week, Intel Corporation announced innovative technologies and collaborations aimed at delivering amazing experiences throughout daily life. Many of these innovations, ranging from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and wearables to new PCs and tablets, received an array of prestigious awards and recognition.


For example, Intel's leadership to integrate human-like senses into technology was recognized with various awards. Engadget, PC Magazine, The Verge and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H* the best drone of CES 2016. With Intel® RealSense™ technology, the Yuneec Typhoon H is capable of collision avoidance, has a "follow-me" feature, and a 4K camera. CNET, Gizmodo and Reuters also included the drone in their best-of-CES lists.


PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot in their best-of-CES roundups. Powered by the Intel Atom processor, the Ninebot Segway robot, which is also a personal transporter, uses Intel RealSense technology to navigate complex environments and intelligently interact with users.


In wearables, the DAQRI Smart Helmet* with Intel RealSense technology and powered by an Intel® Core™ M processor was included in BGR's best of CES write-up. Additionally, Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.


Other Intel products, Intel-powered innovations and amazing experiences recognized at CES 2016 include:


These and other innovations showcased at CES 2016 are just a preview of the new, amazing experiences Intel technology will enable in areas including sports and gaming, health and wellness, and creativity.


About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) makes the most amazing experiences of the future possible. Intel's innovations expand the reach and power of computing in personal devices and enterprise servers, the Cloud, make the Internet of Things smart and connected, and help ensure the security of our digital lives. The work of the company's more than 100,000 employees transforms businesses, propels new discoveries and improves human experiences. More information about Intel is at newsroom.intel.com or intel.com.


Intel, Intel Core, Intel Atom, Intel RealSense, Thunderbolt 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.

Intel Brings Home Top Awards, Recognition during CES 2016

Intel Technologies, Products and Partners Win Best Drone, Best Wearable and More


Intel-awards_1000.jpg

Intel technologies, products and partners received top awards during last week's CES 2016. Clockwise from upper left: Engadget, PC Magazine and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ technology the best drone of CES 2016. Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and uses Intel® RealSense™ technology, in their best-of-CES roundups. Intel's new Compute Stick, powered by the 6th Generation Intel Core M processor  or the latest quad-core Intel Atom processor, received the Editors' Choice Award from USA Today's Reviewed.com as well as Computer Shopper's Best of CES. CES 2016, the leading forum for the world's consumer technology leaders, ran Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 11, 2016 – At CES 2016 last week, Intel Corporation announced innovative technologies and collaborations aimed at delivering amazing experiences throughout daily life. Many of these innovations, ranging from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and wearables to new PCs and tablets, received an array of prestigious awards and recognition.


For example, Intel's leadership to integrate human-like senses into technology was recognized with various awards. Engadget, PC Magazine, The Verge and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H* the best drone of CES 2016. With Intel® RealSense™ technology, the Yuneec Typhoon H is capable of collision avoidance, has a "follow-me" feature, and a 4K camera. CNET, Gizmodo and Reuters also included the drone in their best-of-CES lists.


PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot in their best-of-CES roundups. Powered by the Intel Atom processor, the Ninebot Segway robot, which is also a personal transporter, uses Intel RealSense technology to navigate complex environments and intelligently interact with users.


In wearables, the DAQRI Smart Helmet* with Intel RealSense technology and powered by an Intel® Core™ M processor was included in BGR's best of CES write-up. Additionally, Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon's Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.


Other Intel products, Intel-powered innovations and amazing experiences recognized at CES 2016 include:


These and other innovations showcased at CES 2016 are just a preview of the new, amazing experiences Intel technology will enable in areas including sports and gaming, health and wellness, and creativity.


About Intel
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) makes the most amazing experiences of the future possible. Intel's innovations expand the reach and power of computing in personal devices and enterprise servers, the Cloud, make the Internet of Things smart and connected, and help ensure the security of our digital lives. The work of the company's more than 100,000 employees transforms businesses, propels new discoveries and improves human experiences. More information about Intel is at newsroom.intel.com or intel.com.


Intel, Intel Core, Intel Atom, Intel RealSense, Thunderbolt 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.

Intel Brings Home Top Awards, Recognition during CES 2016

Intel Technologies, Products and Partners Win Best Drone, Best Wearable and More

Intel-awards_1000.jpgIntel technologies, products and partners received top awards during last week’s CES 2016. Clockwise from upper left: Engadget, PC Magazine and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H with Intel® RealSense™ technology the best drone of CES 2016. Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon’s Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance.PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and uses Intel® RealSense™ technology, in their best-of-CES roundups. Intel’s new Compute Stick, powered by the 6th Generation Intel Core M processor  or the latest quad-core Intel Atom processor, received the Editors’ Choice Award from USA Today’s Reviewed.com as well as Computer Shopper’s Best of CES. CES 2016, the leading forum for the world’s consumer technology leaders, ran Jan. 5-9, 2016, in Las Vegas. (Credit: Intel Corp.)

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Jan. 11, 2016 – At CES 2016 last week, Intel Corporation announced innovative technologies and collaborations aimed at delivering amazing experiences throughout daily life. Many of these innovations, ranging from unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and wearables to new PCs and tablets, received an array of prestigious awards and recognition. For example, Intel’s leadership to integrate human-like senses into technology was recognized with various awards. Engadget, PC Magazine, The Verge and Videomaker named the Intel® Atom™ processor-powered Yuneec Typhoon H* the best drone of CES 2016. With Intel® RealSense™ technology, the Yuneec Typhoon H is capable of collision avoidance, has a “follow-me” feature, and a 4K camera. CNET, Gizmodo and Reuters also included the drone in their best-of-CES lists. PBS, Reuters and Wired included the Ninebot* Segway* robot in their best-of-CES roundups. Powered by the Intel Atom processor, the Ninebot Segway robot, which is also a personal transporter, uses Intel RealSense technology to navigate complex environments and intelligently interact with users. In wearables, the DAQRI Smart Helmet* with Intel RealSense technology and powered by an Intel® Core™ M processor was included in BGR’s best of CES write-up. Additionally, Engadget recognized the Empire EVS*, based on Recon’s Snow2 heads-up display (HUD) technology, as the best wearable. Recon Instruments, an Intel company, enabled Empire Paintball* to create a smart paintball mask that allows users to access live tactical information with a glance. Other Intel products, Intel-powered innovations and amazing experiences recognized at CES 2016 include:

These and other innovations showcased at CES 2016 are just a preview of the new, amazing experiences Intel technology will enable in areas including sports and gaming, health and wellness, and creativity.

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Chip Shot: LIVE! with Kelly and Michael ‘Top Teacher’ Finalists Presented with Intel-Powered Tablets and 2 in 1 Devices for Classrooms

Live! 2 in 1 Top Teacher Photo_sm.jpgThis week, Intel participated in the fifth annual LIVE! with Kelly and Michael “Top Teacher Week” program. Intel-powered products make it easy for educators to enable the 21st century classroom so Intel was proud to provide two “Top Teacher” finalists with new technology devices for their classrooms. On Monday, Athena Davis of Cleveland High School in Cleveland, Tennessee was presented with 30 Intel-powered HP Pavilion x360 2 in 1 devices for her classroom. These systems deliver the performance and full functionality of a laptop, with the convenience and portability of a tablet – all in one device. On Tuesday, Intel awarded John Motchkavitz from Great Neck South High School in Great Neck, NY with 30 Intel-powered Dell Latitude 10 tablets. LIVE! Tablet Top Teacher Photo_sm.jpgThese tablets are lightweight and portable but have exceptional power and performance and boast 10 hours of battery life. As schools examine the best learning and teaching platforms for the classroom, many education decision makers are finding that versatile Intel-powered 2 in 1 devices and tablets are an excellent solution.

Chip Shot: Intel Powers New Mobile Devices from Asus

Today at CES 2014, Intel President Renee James joined Asus Chairman Jonney Shih at the Asus press conference to unveil new Intel-based devices in a variety of mobile form factors. Intel® Atom™ processors are at the heart of Asus’ new ZenFone line, a range of 4 to 6-inch Android smartphones, and the new Asus PadFone mini, a 4-inch Android smartphone that docks seamlessly into a 7-inch tablet. These new devices also feature the Intel® XMM™ 6360 communications platform for fast and reliable wireless connectivity. Asus also announced the Intel® Core™ i7 processor-powered Transformer Book Duet (TD 300) with dual operating system capability that lets users switch between Windows and Android in either laptop or tablet modes with just one touch. The range of new devices further extends Intel’s history of working with Asus to bring exciting computing experiences to market. Get more information.

Chip Shot: Dell Announces Intel-based Tablets

Dell yesterday announced the Dell Venue line of tablets, including 2 in 1s, and all based on Intel processors, giving people the speed, responsiveness and battery life they demand. These new ultra-thin and compact designs make it easy for people to stay connected on the go at prices starting as low as $149.99. The Dell Venue 7 and Dell Venue 8 feature Intel® Atom™ Z2560  processors (“Clover Trail+”), while the Dell Venue 8 Pro and Dell Venue 11 Pro feature the new Intel Atom quad-core processors, codenamed “Bay Trail.” The Venue 11 Pro can also be powered by the 4th generation Intel® Core™ i3 processor and Intel® Core™ i5 processor offering increased performance and Intel® vPro™ technology for manageability.

Chip Shot: 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors Coming Soon

In approximately 3,337,200,000,000,000 nanoseconds, Intel will reveal all there is to know about the highly anticipated 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family. The new family of processors will surpass old technology expectations and usher in a host of striking new designs with incredible performance and extraordinarily long battery life. Stay tuned to the Intel Newsroom for more information as we get closer to the big day.

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