Intel's Senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group Gregory Bryant, detailed the company's upcoming innovations at their Computex 2018 keynote.
According to Bryant, "As we transition to the data-centric era, the PC remains a critical facet of Intel’s business, and it’s an area where we believe there are still so many opportunities ahead."
"Today, at Computex in Taipei, I shared our vision for the future of the PC and introduced a wide range of new technologies that will help us and the broader ecosystem make this future a reality. One that transforms the PC from a simple computer into a platform that can power every person’s greatest contribution."
In terms of the specific vectors of innovation Intel are looking to address, the keynote covered upcoming advances in device performance, connectivity, battery life, adaptability and intelligence.
Intel announced plans to release two new mobile-focused additions to their 8th Gen Intel Core processor lineup in the form of the new Whisky Lake U-series and Amber Lake Y-series. Intel says these new chipsets will feature up to double-digit performance gains alongside integrated gigabit Wi-Fi.
- Source: PCWorld