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In pictures: Intel technology showcase

Geek Haven hit Macau as Intel showcased products made by its resellers and OEM partners during its Solutions Summit

  • A hi-fi system with a processor on-board for more sophisticated functions.

  • Back of Intel's modular servers.

  • Attendees show off their driving skills on Intel-based gaming products.

  • Intel high-performance workstations.

  • Chilling out in front of a TV with an Intel chip on-board.

  • Intel Solutions Summit.

  • A diminutive all-in-one.

  • Intel modular servers example.

  • A two-in-one PC along side an all-in-one. Two-in-ones consists of a screen and a compact processing unit which can be mounted on the back of a monitor.

  • Intel Solutioins Summit Showcase entrance.

  • The gaming section.

  • Avatar game. A card can be scanned by an attached webcan to generate a 3D rendered character on screen.

  • Intel Solutions Summit Showcase.

  • Intel demonstrated touchscreen technology at the Solutions Summit.

  • A fanless PC.

  • All-in-one PCs built by Intel resellers.

  • Intel shows off its anti-theft system. The technology allows for PCs and laptops to be locked down remotely to prevent data from getting into the wrong hands.

  • A demonstration of a touchscreen panel suitable for the retail market.

  • Touchscreen all-in-one.

  • Intel shows off its anti-theft system. The technology allows for PCs and laptops to be locked down remotely to prevent data from getting into the wrong hands.

  • The lifestyle section

  • A demonstration of a touchscreen panel suitable for the retail market.

  • The processing unit of a two-in-one.

  • Intel Xeon processors.

  • Intel shows off its anti-theft system. The technology allows for PCs and laptops to be locked down remotely to prevent data from getting into the wrong hands.

  • Avatar game. A card can be scanned by an attached webcan to generate a 3D rendered character on screen.

  • The back of an two-in-one.

  • More gaming technology.

  • Turbo boost and Hyperthreading technology.

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