Intel at CES 2011: Laptops, Netbooks, WiDi and Demos

Intel Booth Demos

Intel Booth Demos

CES opened its doors today and we were invited to Intel's booth to check out the latest demos displayed at their booth. At least we got our hands on some of the announcements they made the previous day and managed to better experience the new WiDi and gaming with the new Sandy Bridge's integrated graphics processor. Of course, there were a couple of surprises at their booth too.

Intel's booth - colorful as ever.

Even on a 2nd generation Core i5 processor, 3D gaming on the laptop is pretty decent.

Gaming online on the laptop with 4G/WiMAX connection. Seen here a Sandy Bridge laptop running Need For Speed World online game.

Demonstration of the Cisco Umi video conferencing device which lets you make video calls at full 1080p resolution. Seen here, a magician from Los Angeles performing live tricks to CES visitors in Las Vegas.

The Cisco Umi device is based on the Intel CE3100 media processor.

Future smart TVs with embedded Intel media processors would be able to recognize gestures. With this TV, you don't need a remote control.

Local OEM was there to launch their new Axioo notebook based on the 2nd generation Intel Core processor (Sandy Bridge). It's the first for a local OEM to be able to launch a locally designed product to the market - making them available the same time as other branded notebooks. The new NEON HNM will be available in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Seen here is Mr David Kartono, Vice President Product Development & International Sales of Axioo International (left) and Mr Navin Shenoy, Vice President, Sales and Marketing Group and General Manager, Asia Pacific Region of Intel (right).