Sunday January 24, 2016

Future Intel PCs Will Have No Wires

Intel believes that technology such as WiGig will usher in an age of ubiquitous wireless computing. There is also the implication of wireless power, but I don’t see that happening anytime soon.

Garrison is certain that the PC has a future, but the wired up version we know and love does not. Kirk Skaugen Senior Vice President General Manager, Client Computing Group has been talking about Intel's "cut the wires" strategy for a while. Garrison mentioned that enterprise customers have never been faster at embracing new technologies. Windows 10 helps the transition. This is the first time that a move to thin and light business notebooks is happening at the same time as the consumer market.

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