Computex at Taipei displayed the laptop which is about the half of the size of current models, along with faster, more power-efficient chips, improvements in wireless connectivity and 3-D cameras in PCs.
Following are the expected advances in computers and technology in the near future that can take place featured at the show:
Laptops which are thinner and lighter
The users at the later this year, will get full PC performance in tablets that are thinner than the latest version of the IPad, and they can also attach a paper-thin keyboard that can turn tablets into laptops which are thinner than the MacBook air.
Asus showcased a product the Transformer T300 Chi dual-function device, which was 6.8 millimetres thick as a tablet. Intel showed its Llama Mountain reference design features, which were just 7.2 millimetres thick. They were powered by Intel’s latest Core M processor, announced at the show, not low-power Atom processors.
More wireless computing
The cable clutter vanished by Intel as they want to make computers truly wire free starting in year 2016. The company is developing technologies so computers can wirelessly communicate with monitors, keyboards, mice and other peripherals, which allow users to get rid of USB, HDMI or DisplayPort cables. Intel wants to make that possible through WiGig wireless technology, which is three times faster than the current 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
The chip maker will implement WiGig modules in PCs and displays in coming years, and in the past has also mentioned using WiGig in mobile devices as an alternative to Thunderbolt.
Intel is developing a technology whereby it will become possible to recharge the laptop wirelessly. The chip maker has joined the A4WP group, which promotes magnetic-resonance wireless charging of laptops and tablets by placing them on charging stations. Lenovo, dell and Fujitsu have joined the alliance, so wireless charging laptop will going to happen.
Free universal charger
This advancement many people can expect in the future. There is going to be a USB which will become a universal charger for all devices in a home. The USB spec can deliver 100 watts of power, co the potential is there.
DockPort another technology which was on the display, also have the potential to charge the PCs.
One can find Gesture and recognition as well as Kinetic-like interaction with PCs will become more common.
Playing games like “Angry Birds” and “Candy Crush” using hand gestures with a desktop.
PCs with 3-D cameras at the end of this year, will track movement recognize human emotions and capture habits.
Upcoming DDR4 memory will replace the DDR3. DDR4 offers 50 percent more bandwidth and is 35 percent more power-efficient with previous memory.