Intel India unveils Maker Lab at its Bengaluru campus to help Indian government realise Digital India vision
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Intel’s new RealSense technology has become one of the drivers of innovation in the tech giant.
The Intel India Maker Lab will provide the infrastructure local Indian entrepreneurs and innovators to develop and test their ideas leading to products.
These are the add-ons you need to make use of Intel Compute stick connected to any TV as a full-fledged PC
Intel Compute Stick is a tiny stick that turns any TV into a full-fledged PC
The company said it’s working on steps to support this demand as the computing performance of technology has to go up.
Intel’s Compute stick will enable a user to transform a basic HDMI Tv or monitor into a fully functioning entry level computer
To participate in the challenge, candidates must log on to innovatefordigitalindia.intel.in or innovate.mygov.in register their projects
Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, the NuPC is energy efficient and works on low voltage with a low thermal footprint.
Powered by an Intel Atom processor, the Micromax Canvas LapTab is basically an 10.1-inchWindows tablet with a keyboard dock.
ECS Liva X turns into a full-fledged PC when connected to a display screen or projector along with keyboard and mouse.
Intel’s ‘Innovate for Digital India’ challenge is supported by DeitY and MyGov.in and will be anchored by IIM Ahmedabad’s CIIE.
The new Eddy tablets are targeted at children aged 3 and above and will be exclusively available at Amazon.in and eddytablet.com
3 Indian-Americans win medals at the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search 2015, meet President Obama at the White House.