IDF Spring 2005, Day 1: Intel showcases mobile PC concepts
At the first day of IDF Spring 2005 Intel paid much attention to the new mobile solutions.
Let´s start with a mobile PC "on-the-go". Sized as a pocket DVD player, this ultra portable is to play all multimedia content in your Digital Home and in a certain radius around it.
It´s interesting that concept´s touchscreen also acts as a speaker. The PC on-the-go features GPS (so you don´t get lost while wandering around watching DVDs), digital camera and a WLAN adapter.
Speaking of office machines, according to Intel, such a concept must be of maximum functionality, provide data privacy and manageability. The concept supports Intel Virtualization Technology (Vanderpool) that enables several OS to work on a single machine. Additional features include console, biosensor, camera, mic, 802.11a/b/g and Bluetooth adapters.
Besides, as an answer to AMD and its dual-core novelties, the company showcased a notebook based on Yonah, a dual-core mobile CPU, that was playing MP3s and processing video simultaneously with benchmark execution.
Finally, the new mobile office concept enables Windows Mobile cell phones to find and synchronize with it automatically.
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