Chip Shot: Expanding Human-like Senses for Computing Devices with Intel® RealSense™ Technology

At CES 2016, Intel® and partners showed off new devices and experiences enabled by Intel® RealSense™ Technology. The new long-range, world-facing Intel RealSense Camera R200 is designed for 2 in 1s and tablets to enable experiences like 3D scanning for social sharing or 3D printing, scanning people and objects to be placed in games, and enhanced video and photography. Additionally, the Intel RealSense Camera F200, which has been available in notebooks and All in One PCs for short range uses such as video chat and broadcasting, and gaming, continues to experience strong momentum. You can read more at the Technology@Intel blog.

Chip Shot: Expanding Human-like Senses for Computing Devices with Intel® RealSense™ Technology

At CES 2016, Intel® and partners showed off new devices and experiences enabled by Intel® RealSense™ Technology. The new long-range, world-facing Intel RealSense Camera R200 is designed for 2 in 1s and tablets to enable experiences like 3D scanning for social sharing or 3D printing, scanning people and objects to be placed in games, and enhanced video and photography. Additionally, the Intel RealSense Camera F200, which has been available in notebooks and All in One PCs for short range uses such as video chat and broadcasting, and gaming, continues to experience strong momentum. You can read more at the Technology@Intel blog.

Chip Shot: Expanding Human-like Senses for Computing Devices with Intel® RealSense™ Technology

At CES 2016, Intel® and partners showed off new devices and experiences enabled by Intel® RealSense™ Technology. The new long-range, world-facing Intel RealSense Camera R200 is designed for 2 in 1s and tablets to enable experiences like 3D scanning for social sharing or 3D printing, scanning people and objects to be placed in games, and enhanced video and photography. Additionally, the Intel RealSense Camera F200, which has been available in notebooks and All in One PCs for short range uses such as video chat and broadcasting, and gaming, continues to experience strong momentum. You can read more at the Technology@Intel blog.

Chip Shot: Expanding Human-like Senses for Computing Devices with Intel® RealSense™ Technology

At CES 2016, Intel® and partners showed off new devices and experiences enabled by Intel® RealSense™ Technology. The new long-range, world-facing Intel RealSense Camera R200 is designed for 2 in 1s and tablets to enable experiences like 3D scanning for social sharing or 3D printing, scanning people and objects to be placed in games, and enhanced video and photography. Additionally, the Intel RealSense Camera F200, which has been available in notebooks and All in One PCs for short range uses such as video chat and broadcasting, and gaming, continues to experience strong momentum. You can read more at the Technology@Intel blog.

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Chip Shot: Xiaomi Launches its First Intel-Powered Device, the Mi Pad 2 Tablet for the China Market

Xiaomi has launched its first Intel-powered device, the new Mi Pad 2 tablet. The Mi Pad 2 will be available in Android and Windows versions, both powered by the Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8500 processor (codenamed Cherry Trail). With a full-metal form factor and an ultra-thin and light design, the Mi Pad 2 comes with a 7.9-inch 2048×1536 FHD retina display, 2GB RAM, 16/64GB storage and a USB Type-C port. The Mi Pad 2 will be available for sale in China beginning November 27th with a starting price of RMB 999 (approximately USD 156).


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Mi Pad 2 Tablet

Chip Shot: Xiaomi Launches its First Intel-Powered Device, the Mi Pad 2 Tablet for the China Market

Xiaomi has launched its first Intel-powered device, the new Mi Pad 2 tablet. The Mi Pad 2 will be available in Android and Windows versions, both powered by the Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8500 processor (codenamed Cherry Trail). With a full-metal form factor and an ultra-thin and light design, the Mi Pad 2 comes with a 7.9-inch 2048×1536 FHD retina display, 2GB RAM, 16/64GB storage and a USB Type-C port. The Mi Pad 2 will be available for sale in China beginning November 27th with a starting price of RMB 999 (approximately USD 156).


Mi-Pad-2_Tablet_front.jpg Mi-Pad-2_Tablet_side.jpg

Mi Pad 2 Tablet

Chip Shot: Xiaomi Launches its First Intel-Powered Device, the Mi Pad 2 Tablet for the China Market

Xiaomi has launched its first Intel-powered device, the new Mi Pad 2 tablet. The Mi Pad 2 will be available in Android and Windows versions, both powered by the Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8500 processor (codenamed Cherry Trail). With a full-metal form factor and an ultra-thin and light design, the Mi Pad 2 comes with a 7.9-inch 2048×1536 FHD retina display, 2GB RAM, 16/64GB storage and a USB Type-C port. The Mi Pad 2 will be available for sale in China beginning November 27th with a starting price of RMB 999 (approximately USD 156).


Mi-Pad-2_Tablet_front.jpg Mi-Pad-2_Tablet_side.jpg

Mi Pad 2 Tablet

Chip Shot: Xiaomi Launches its First Intel-Powered Device, the Mi Pad 2 Tablet for the China Market

Xiaomi has launched its first Intel-powered device, the new Mi Pad 2 tablet. The Mi Pad 2 will be available in Android and Windows versions, both powered by the Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8500 processor (codenamed Cherry Trail). With a full-metal form factor and an ultra-thin and light design, the Mi Pad 2 comes with a 7.9-inch 2048×1536 FHD retina display, 2GB RAM, 16/64GB storage and a USB Type-C port. The Mi Pad 2 will be available for sale in China beginning November 27th with a starting price of RMB 999 (approximately USD 156).


Mi-Pad-2_Tablet_front.jpg Mi-Pad-2_Tablet_side.jpg

Mi Pad 2 Tablet

Chip Shot: Xiaomi Launches its First Intel-Powered Device, the Mi Pad 2 Tablet for the China Market

Xiaomi has launched its first Intel-powered device, the new Mi Pad 2 tablet. The Mi Pad 2 will be available in Android and Windows versions, both powered by the Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8500 processor (codenamed Cherry Trail). With a full-metal form factor and an ultra-thin and light design, the Mi Pad 2 comes with a 7.9-inch 2048×1536 FHD retina display, 2GB RAM, 16/64GB storage and a USB Type-C port. The Mi Pad 2 will be available for sale in China beginning November 27th with a starting price of RMB 999 (approximately USD 156).

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Mi Pad 2 Tablet

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Chip Shot: The Holidays Just Got Better: Introducing the 2015 Intel Holiday Buyer’s Guide

With the holiday season upon us, people will have their pick from a range of new devices, many of which are powered by 6th Generation Intel® Core™, Intel's best processor ever, and boast amazing user experiences when coupled with the new Windows 10 operating system. From a powerful 2 in 1 device, notebook or ultra-sleek tablet, to a gaming system or All-in-One PC, Intel is powering a device that matches every interest and price point. Check out Intel's 2015 Holiday Buyer's Guide page to see the latest and greatest tech options available, and determine which one will make your wish list this year.


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