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IFA Day 3: More Wearables and Intel Goes 14nm

by User Not Found | Sep 05, 2014

For our third and final day at IFA, we were joined by a cast of thousands as IFA opened its doors to the general public, as the business of doing business begins for the exhibitors.

Intel held its press conference where it revealed the Core M processor, designed for 2-in-1, tablets, and detachables. Core M offers 3X the compute performance, and 2X the graphics performance of the leading tablets, according to Intel. The company also said it is the world’s first 14nm product. Systems using the chip will be available in October.

We also spent time playing with a forthcoming smartwatch from Alcatel, which we understand will be priced very aggressively around the 100 Euro mark. The round display device has a simplistic design, which also carries over into the simple design of the interface. The product is a companion device, in that it will use the mobile data connection of a smartphone for its needs. We expect to see the device launched in 2014.

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