Tagged: personal computing

Intel debuts Project Alloy VR headset at CES 2017

At the CES 2017, Intel demoed its in-the-works Project Alloy VR headset, which turns pre-scanned room furniture into a game scene in virtual reality. The idea of transforming real environment into virtual reality is something Intel is referring to as Mixed Reality. According to CEO Brian Krzanich, Intel is expected to provide this technology to VR manufacturers by the end of this year, since Intel wouldn’t be developing a headset itself. Read More…

Super-slim LG Gram 15-inch laptop weighs only 2.2lbs

LG Gram 15-inch laptop-1

Slim is the new trend in laptops; ultra thin powerful notebooks have been in fashion for a while, but the scene is steadily changing to razor thin. Challenging HP Spectre, the world’s thinnest laptop, very closely in width, LG has launched the LG Gram 15 laptop series, which together with Spectre takes ultra-slim high performance laptops to an all new level. In addition to measuring only 0.7-inches thick, the LG Gram 15 weighs as light as 2.2lbs (0.99kg). The laptop is also available in 13-inch and 14-inch models with Intel Core i5 and i7 processors to choose from. Read More…

Apple launches 9.7-inch iPad Pro, it’s the brightest tablet available

9.7-inch iPad Pro

Although, all the eyes were anxious to see the iPhone SE at Apple’s ‘Loop you in’ event, the Cupertino giant did unveil a new iPad Pro alongside. This new iPad Pro measures 9.7-inches and it’s a smaller, brighter and lighter version of the iPad Pro launched in September last year. The 9.7-inch iPad Pro is described as ‘the future of personal computing’ by CEO Tim Cook and its display is said to be 40 percent less reflective than the iPad Air 2. The tablet is 25 percent brighter than the Air 2 and according to Apple is the brightest tablet on the market today. Read More…