Photos: Concept PCs at IDF 2006

Photos: Concept PCs at IDF 2006

Summary: Hello, my TV. An Intel demo guy speaks into his remote.

TOPICS: PCs, Hardware

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  • Talking to your remote

    Hello, my TV. An Intel demo guy speaks into his remote. The PC transforms speech into text and then follows his command. Consumers are not restricted much on vocabulary. Saying "Put on Family Guy" or "I want to watch Family Guy" will give you the same results. However, it may not respond if you say, "Tell Regis Philbin to quit doing that thing with his head."

  • Liquid cooling system

    In the upper-left corner is a self-contained liquid cooling system. Gamers are increasingly demanding faster chips, which lead to increases in ambient heat. The liquid inside the system is a combination of water and antifreeze.

  • PC in the wall

    For those gadget nuts, here's a Viiv PC embedded in a wall. It controls the TV, DVR, DVD and stereo.

Topics: PCs, Hardware

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