Kaby Lake is the first "optimized" product from Intel to officially debut on its new process-architecture-optimization model. This means a modest 10 per cent performance bump, but more significant gains in video encoding and decoding and power consumption.
Intel's Kaby Lake desktop processors haven't been announced yet, but leaked benchmarks have already surfaced online purporting to show a seventh-generation Core i7-7700K rivaling the Core i7-6800K Broadwell-E chip.
In the last two years, we've showcased what Intel's RealSense technology can do for everyday scenarios and personalize computing like never before. With amazing outcomes and driving the robotics and drones scene, Intel has today unleashed more dev kits for creating even more amazing solutions.
So now that we're exposed to augmented reality, mixed reality and even merged reality, isn't it about time your PC is ready for it? Reasonably specced Windows 10 systems could get lucky in 2017. More details inside.