Intel Provides a Glimpse Into Future of Ultrabooks
Intel provided a glimpse into the future of ultrabooks on Tuesday, saying the next big thing for the emerging class of thin and light laptops is natural interaction through sight, sound and touch.
Future ultrabooks will be equipped with voice recognition, face tracking and touch features, which will secure the laptops and make them easier to use, said Tom Kilroy, senior vice president at Intel, during a keynote speech at the Computex trade show in Taipei. Intel is promoting the development of sensors, screens and other technologies that will enable natural interaction with future ultrabooks.
"We're raising the bar on more natural interaction," Kilroy said. Intel representatives on stage showed how sensors enabled an ultrabook to sound an alarm if it was touched by a thief, and talked about how ultrabooks could be used for biometric sensing, health assessment and eye tracking.
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