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Win8 on Intel Programming Course Win8 and Intel Paul Guermonprez www.Intel-Software-Academic-Program.com firstname.lastname@example.org Intel Software 2013-03-20
Windows 8 The concept Beautiful, because users want more than a tool Designed for touch No compromise on mouse usability
Ultrabooks and tablets, inspired by intel The concept Beautiful, because users want more than a tool Flexible : Mouse and keyboard when you need to edit, touch when you browse or consult Ultimate mobile device : peak computing power when you need it, saving battery life the rest of time
Ultrabooks, inspired by intel Beautiful, thin and strong
Win8 Ultrabooks and Tablets The perfect match Win8 was designed for both touch and mouse/keyboard interfaces, because most users need both. Ultrabooks and tablets are proposing fantastic intel based designs working in both modes.
Win8 Ultrabooks and Tablets Be aware Be aware that not all devices running Win8 are intel based, and they may not propose the same features and performances. If you want to be able to run your typical windows applications on the desktop, you may want to pick an intel based design.
Win8 Ultrabooks and Tablets What’s new ? Win8 on Intel devices has everything to be a success. But programming for Win8 is different. And users expect more than the typical applications on the desktop : they want nice design, touch enabled apps, smart apps using sensors …
Win8 Ultrabooks and Tablets The challenge For developers, it’s a challenge : new users, new expectations, design requirements, need to rethink usage models … etc. But intel is here to help : We have this full Win8 course We are proposing hackathons to let you experience and develop on intel designs. We have app contests for motivation.
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