CES 2010 CoverageBosco -
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As you would expect from a major industry player such as Intel, it had a large booth in a prominent position in the central hall at the convention center. On display were an array of laptop and desktop computers, many of them based on some of the recently released Core i3, i5 or i7 processors (wafers of which were also on show).
Particularly impressive was a huge touch screen implementation present at the booth. This took the form of two large screens, which displayed graphic representations of cubes that then displayed content from live feeds when touched. This was remarkably responsive, with even a number of people using the screens at the same time not slowing it down. All of this was being run behind the scenes on a Core i7 system.