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Intel at Computex 2018: Future Computing

At Computex Taipei 2018, Intel is showcasing how it powers the future of computing, connectivity and communications through advanced innovations in client computing, artificial intelligence, the internet of things, and 5G network transformation.

Intel's Gregory Bryant presented Computex's opening keynote and discussed Intel’s strategy to deliver devices to help people focus, create and connect in more meaningful ways.

Additional announcements:

Pushing the Boundaries of Modern Computers at Computex

Gregory explains there's opportunity to improve the PC experience to meet today's needs, but to do this requires innovation around performance, connectivity, battery life, adaptability and intelligence.

40 Years of Technology Innovation – Intel 8086 Processor Fact Sheet

This details the Intel’s 8th Gen Core™ i7-8086K Limited Edition processor:

• The first Intel processor to deliver up to 5.0 GHz single-core turbo frequency out of the box, fully unlocked for overclocking

• Improved single-threaded performance

To find all of Intel's Computex announcements and supporting imagery , please visit the Intel newsroom here https://newsroom.intel.com/press-kits/2018-computex/.


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