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Intel Vaunt AR Glasses

Intel Vaunt AR Glasses

Intel is working on augmented reality eyeglasses designed mainly to show information. The Vaunt looks like a normal pair of glasses, and have no cameras or hardware controls. It projects a small red display directly to your eyes, just below your line of sight.

Intel Compute Card

Intel Compute Card

What you’re looking at here could be the future of home and office computing. Intel’s 5mm thick gizmo holds the brains, storage, and ports of a complete computer system. It’s designed to be docked into a monitor, appliance, or other devices, allowing for quick and easy upgrades.

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TAG Heuer Connected Watch

TAG Heuer Connected Watch

Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer collaborated with Intel to develop a smartwatch that doesn’t look like a geek toy. It features a round touchscreen display running Android Wear, and a titanium case. It offers realistic faces, with information displays neatly integrated into the dials.

Intel Compute Stick

Intel Compute Stick

The Intel Compute Stick is a full-fledged Windows 8.1 computer in an extremely compact form. It has an HDMI connector, 64-bit Intel Atom CPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB SSD, a USB port, a microSD slot, and WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity.

Razer Switchblade

Razer Switchblade

The Razer Switchblade is a portable gaming device concept with an ultra-sensitive multi touch screen and dynamic keyboard, enabling users to play on the go with precision and control. (Thanks Mason!)

Intel Cannonbells

Intel Cannonbells

Yes, it’s totally viral and CG, but we have to hand it to Intel: they sure know how to fire their employees; this Cannonbells commercial literally shows engineers using their heads.

How A CPU Is Made

How A CPU Is Made

It’s hard to believe it all starts with a grain of sand, but today’s ubiquitous computers owe their existence to silicon; Tom’s Hardware and Intel team up to show how a CPU is made.

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