Tech giants Microsoft and Intel announced Project Evo. The project will aim to bring next-gen personal computers and expand their Artificial Intelligence Interface with mixed reality and advance the security as well as the gaming experience.
Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of Windows and devices group at Microsoft announced the new technological advancement at Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) event in Shenzhen, China.
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The partnership between the two technological aces has decided to come up with entirely new generations of computers with new technological innovations like never seen before. The computers under Project Evo will take the game further with new biometrics, speech recognition, HDR support for gaming and much more unique features.
The features involve voice commands like, by simply saying “Hello Cortana” the user can gather information from PC as well as the cloud. It will support much awaited HDR gaming which can take gaming to a whole new level experience. By introducing HDR gaming Intel is coming somewhere near GPUs like Nvidia and AMD. Biometrics will save hassle from having multiple passwords.
Terry said “You generally get what you pay for” when asked about the price. The next generation PC from Microsoft and Intel is likely to be launched in the first half of 2017.