Besides netbooks, notebooks, desktops, all-in-one PCs, tablets and NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices, the Intel processor is increasingly finding its way into more and more devices. These range from household appliances to retail kiosks. Intel plans to bring their processors into more of such applications, giving them the added intelligence and computing capabilities that was never possible.
Intel also demonstrated the System on Chip (SoC) Atom-based Tunnel Creek that will allow developers to connect their own custom silicon to Intel's SoC product. To date, Intel has already received more than 3000 non-PC design inquiries for such a solution to power products ranging from fish finders to golf carts.