Interview with Jim Nucci: Intel Brand Manager
With the marketplace seemingly flooded with smart phones, tablet devices, hybrid laptops, netbooks, and ultra light weight laptops it can be difficult to keep current with the latest hardware powering all these dynamic devices. TechwareLabs had the pleasure of interviewing Jim Nucci, Intel’s Brand Manager for mobility products, to gain a deeper insight into the latest processor technologies powering this wave of mobile products. The latest addition to the Atom Family of processors is Oak Trail. This latest processor enables a heightened multimedia experience, companion computing on the next level, and a power efficient design to enable all day use. The low-power Z670 processor with integrated graphics (Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 600) built into the CPU is powerful enough to smoothly play 1080p video and streaming with low power consumption. The low-power 3 watt design of the processor enables manufacturers to product thinner, lighter, and fanless systems allowing more compact and portable tablet devices. The SM35 Express Chipset combined with the Z670 Oaktrail CPU features SATA high-speed storage, up to 4 USB 2.0 ports, HD Audio, and HDMI 1.3a up to 1080p output.
With the introduction of Intel AppUpSM , an application market place, Intel makes it easy to develop and launch applications on a variety of devices. Both free and paid apps are available with 24-hour trial periods allowing your to test drive an app before you spend you cash. Application may be shared on up to 5 devices allowing for an integrated experience across a variety of devices. Intel not only develops powerful and efficient processors but continues to ensure overall product quality and a pleasant experience by working with partners to produce truly innovative mobile devices.
Check out our video interview with Jim Nucci for full coverage and exclusive details about Intel’s mobile products:
Through more personal, mobile and connected experiences, companion computing devices are transforming the world we live in. Enabling this transformation is Intel’s newly-announced Intel® Atom™ processor Z670 series, formerly codenamed “Oak Trail.” Purposefully built for tablets, the platform offers up-to all day battery life, enhanced performance and new features for amazing user experiences in an ultra-small package. The series is also suited for a range of portable embedded designs such as mobile clinical assistants, ruggedized industrial tablets and portable point-of-sale systems. Source
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