The Nikiski’s See-Through Touchpad with a Translucent Screen Allows Users to See Status Updates, News Feeds, Messages and Calendar Items without Opening the Lid
Intel showed off an “Ivy Bridge” laptop concept that featured a large see-through touchpad with a translucent screen films herunterladen. The demo product created quite a stir at the company’s Ultrabook press conference Monday at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas tiptoi.
That’s right, a concept laptop that wasn’t even an Ultrabook almost stole the Ultrabook show.
Intel software engineer Peter Adamson said the concept system, codenamed “Nikiski” with the second “k” reversed, was really designed to show “a usage model that we think people might use” and was clearly designed to show potential Ultrabook usages as well tomtom karten illegal downloaden.
The laptop was running Intel’s “Chief River” platform using the next-generation Intel Core processors coming later this year herunterladen. It featured a relatively standard (by Ultrabook standards) 20mm chassis, but judging by the crowds that rushed the stage after the press conference to get a closer look, the idea might be a winner taschenlampen app kostenlos herunterladen. Ivy Bridge processors will play a key role in Ultrabooks this year, as the company seeks further enhancements in power efficiency and performance.
The demo system was running Windows 7, but when closed the see-thru window had a very familiar tile-based user interface reminiscent of the Windows 8 Metro look and feel herunterladen. Adamson said that was a coincidence; the tiles had been demonstrated before Microsoft showed its new Metro UI. The company had only recently begun to show it off more broadly to customers, however, and Adamson said he was anxious to show it to more OEMs free pdf drucker herunterladen. Oh yeah, and Nikiski? “I think it’s the name of a valley in North Korea but don’t hold me to that,” said Adamson, who added, “we’re not always that good on our geographic naming.”
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