The Intel Solutions Summit 2015 (ISS 2015), which was held at the Yas Marina Formula 1 Circuit in Abu Dhabi, showcased an impressive amount of technology under one roof. Not only was the Oculus Rift on show, but Intel showcased one of it’s upcoming, as well as most promising devices, the Intel Compute Stick.
The event also placed a great deal of focus on the 2-in-1 Tablet/PC hybrid range. According to Intel, the latest upcoming devices will allow users to switch between Tablet mode and PC with ease. To add to the features these devices will be powered by Intel’s Core M Processors – which according to Intel – offer up speeds up to 7.6x faster, and graphics up to 7x better than older model laptops.
ISS 2015 also revealed a new way to utilise the tablet device. According to Intel, the Dell Venue 8 tablet range will allow users to use the camera of the device to measure rooms in order to see if certain objects such ass couches, television sets, or other devices will fit into a certain space. Additionally, with 3D printing becoming a booming trend, Intel revealed that these devices can be used to create 3D renderings of objects, which can be printed out.
If you missed out on all the innovations showcased at ISS 2015… IT News Africa has put together an image gallery, with majority of the images photographed on the HTC One M9 smartphone. For an in-depth review of the HTC One M9, click here. The image gallery can be found below:
Photography by Darryl Linington