This year’s awards, which honor “outstanding design and engineering advancements,” include:
- Two new Windows 8 tablets built around the Intel® Atom™ Z2760 processor (formerly “Clover Trail”), Lenovo’s ThinkPad Tablet 2 and the ASUS Vivo Tab TF810C;
- Several Intel-powered Ultrabook devices, including the dual-screen ASUS Taichi, convertible Dell XPS 12, sliding Toshiba Satellite U925t, carbon fiber-built Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, and 0.47-inch slim Acer Aspire S7; and
- Intel® 3rd generation Core™ processors, cited for delivering “up to 20% microprocessor performance improvement with dramatic visual gains for gamers, media enthusiasts and mainstream users.”
Products for the CES Innovations Awards are judged on engineering quality, aesthetics and design, functionality, unique features, and how they compare to competing devices by a “preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, independent engineers, and members of the trade press
Intel also launches the Intel VIP Tech Zone App!
Intel unveiled it’s VIP Tech Zone App, an app targeted for those high-end “enthusiasts” — you know the uber geeky guys like the ones on the Big Bang Theory that always want the latest and greatest.
Download the Intel VIP Tech Zone App to access the latest gaming news, events, and professional player and team statistics. Browse information, specifications, and offers on Intel® and Intel® partner products, and participate in fun activities and contests.
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