A wire-free reference laptop will be released early next year for hardware developers to make components and peripherals that take advantage of wireless technologies,
Laptops that require no wires for charging, display, data transfers or docking will be available by the end of next year.The laptops will free users from power bricks and wires for connecting to external displays, said Kirk Skaugen.Intel is demonstrating technologies at IDF that highlight the promise of a wire-free computing experience.
The first wire-free laptops will have chips based on the Skylake architecture, which will succeed processors based on the Broadwell architecture. The reference laptop being shipped to developers will also have LTE connectivity and the RealSense depth-sensing 3D camera, which can determine the size, distance, contour, dimensions, colors and other characteristics of objects.
The wharf is formed on WiGig wireless send technology, that is roughly 3 times faster than a latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi.Intel is building electronics for wireless charging. It is also operative with PC makers Dell, Lenovo, Asus and Panasonic to put wireless charging into PCs. Intel has adopted captivating inflection wireless charging record from A4WP (Alliance for Wireless Power), whose members embody Samsung and Qualcomm.
It is also operative on wireless charging and advancing for smartphones and tablets.