Video: Mobile devices of the future

Intel has just recently shown its new generation of a mobile (UMPC) platform at the IDF in China that was only briefly demonstrated at the CeBIT earlier this year.

The new “handheld PCs” available later this year will be far more powerful than the current devices but the major steps forward by size, processing power, battery life and displays are expected for 2008.

At the same time Intel introduced its vision of future devices with the video below. Great ideas, we really liked the watch-like device…

Click on the image for the jump (multimedia).

link to YouTube video

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One Response to “Video: Mobile devices of the future”

  1. Vania Bradon Says:

    Is it just me or did anyone else find this was a teeny bit geeky?! Sorry I don’t mean this in a nasty way though. I thought it was more like what you’d find on thegeeksaregathering , if you know what I mean?