At the launch of Ivy Bridge we attended in Madrid and gave us some of what piceladas we finally found the Computer 2012, the next generation Intel Ultrabooks . The basis on which to support the new equipment remains the same as the previous generations, where the design stands out above everything else. Continue to have powerful processors, but adapt to the current year and take on 22-nanometer Intel Core , Ivy Bridge architecture of which we have spoken. Large batteries, extreme thinness and some technologies of which much is said but that often go unnoticed enough: Intel Smart Connect for a very fast boot (less than seven seconds from hibernation) or Anti-Theft Technology to protect your information in case of theft . Perhaps the most significant development of new Ultrabooks is in the new class of convertible models with touchscreens .
For example, the ASUS Transformer Book or the Acer Aspire S7 could lump them into this description: portable slim touchscreen obviously designed to take advantage of the benefits of the upcoming operating system Windows 8 . There is no doubt that this new equipment has been taken into account the work of Microsoft.
The Ultrabooks currently can be found in stores are the last generation: Sandy Bridge processors used and we already know them. The new models such as those mentioned in the previous paragraph will hit the market in the coming months , depending on the manufacturer. Intel talks that are now available 35 new Ultrabooks, and that by the end of the year placed on the market 110 designs . We understand that talk about a global basis and then each country will reach a fraction of them. With that comes a quarter of Spain and we could come up with a song in the teeth .
The future of Intel computers see, hear and feel
The main changes in ideas and technologies in home computers and their services go through the recognition of our gestures, our voices, mainly. Intel is working on the latter with Nuance’s Dragon , a voice recognition software in multiple languages and, they say, is optimized for Ultrabooks.
The idea is to find the interface of the future . The computers were born back in the mid-twentieth century with a keyboard that later on the 70, was added a mouse. These two peripherals have lived until recently, when they began to be replaced by touch screens that are expected a huge boom in the coming months, thanks in part to Windows 8.
The future of user interfaces try to humanize the computer causing it to understand our words, our gestures respond as or even make recommendations as the situation or your mood. It may seem like science fiction, but the technology goes into this path and will be many years until we have it running. Look for example at Siri , a technology unimaginable just a decade ago and is available in the palm of your hand .
So every day I have more clear is that the future is unpredictable and often inimagibale .And that, precisely, gives a special charm.
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