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


Intel-based Tablets and Netbooks

Intel-based Tablets and Netbooks

 Intel netbooks do not only run Windows but they are versatile enough to run all sorts of operating systems. We managed to have a go at Google's Chromium OS.

Besides Google's Chromium OS, Intel also demonstrated netbooks running Jolicloud.

The big reveal was Razer's petite Swichblade gaming console that's based on Intel's latest Oak Trail processor. This palm-sized gaming device comes with an adaptive keyboard that remaps its keys based on the kind of game that's being played.

As seen here, the keys were immediately remapped for World of Goo.

It plays more complex games like World of Warcraft too. Seen here, a hunter's major talents remapped onto the keyboard but the question is, are there enough keys and display area to actually play WoW?

A Gemtek entertainment tablet based on the Intel Oak Trail.