Intel: Intel comes with "pillow-proof" technology to counter overheating

Intel: Intel comes with "pillow-proof" technology to counter overheating
Intel: Intel comes with "pillow-proof" technology to counter overheating
Intel announces technology to help you use your laptops on pillows/beds without overheating
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Ever noticed your laptop heating up when you work placing it on your pillow or bed rather than on your desk? Well precisely, this overheating happens upto a temperature of 10°C more making it rather difficult to work sitting cuddled on the bed for prolonged periods.

Fret not! Intel Computer’s might just have the solution to your woes. According to an announcement by engineers from the US chip giant at the IDF, they have come up with a “pillow-proof” technology to combat this problem. This would empower people to work comfortably while at home, and also aid future advances in the technology arena by way of paving the way towards development of laptops that wouldn’t require elaborate cooling mechanisms, and thereby contributing to sleeker, superior designs.

Intel however has chosen to remain tight lipped about how the technology falls in place and the way it works. Possibly to keep guarded its technology from competitors. Anyhow, Kudos to Intel for yet another path breaking innovation!

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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2010-09-22 (Update: 2012-05-26)