Intel is releasing its second batch of 7th Generation Core processors, code-named Kaby Lake, for desktops and mobile workstations.The world s biggest chip maker shared the announcement at CES 2017, the big tech trade show in Las Vegas this week, where the chips can be seen in a wide variety of gaming laptops, desktops, VR/gaming machines, and vPro for enterprise PCs.The Kaby Lake chips, first revealed for laptops in August 2016, are the successors to 2015 s Skylake processors.Skylake used a 14-nanometer manufacturing process, and Kaby Lake uses something that Intel calls 14nm .The 14nm process can deliver a family of Kaby Lake processors that are as much as 300 megahertz faster, as well as offering some architectural improvements.For instance, Kaby Lake delivers the same central processing unit CPU core and performance per megahertz as Skylake, but it has improvements in graphics, video processing, increased battery life for laptops, and the number of data lanes to the CPU.Intel says the new 7thGen Intel Core processors are designed to fit every life and work style.The 7thGen Intel Core processor family will fit in just about anything, including compute sticks, ultra-thin 2-in-1 detachables and convertibles, thin and light laptops, high-performance laptops, a range of desktops, all-in-ones and minis, and Intel Xeon processor-based mobile workstations.The new 7thGen Intel Core processor and Intel Xeon processor family includes the 4.5-watt Intel Core vPro processors Y-series for 2-in-1 detachables, 15-watt Intel Core vPro, 15-watt and 28-watt Intel Core processors U-series for 2-in-1 convertibles and thin and light clamshells, and more.For the mid range, Intel has 45-watt Intel Core vPro processors H-series for large screen clamshells and premium notebooks, 45-watt Intel Core mobile processor H-series , unlocked processors for enthusiast and VR capable notebooks, and 45-watt Intel Xeon processors for mobile workstations.And at the high end, Intel has 65-watt Intel Core and Intel Core vPro processors S-series for mainstream towers, 65-watt and 35-watt Intel Core and Intel Core vPro processors S-series for all-in-ones and minis, and 95-watt and 65-watt Intel Core processors S-series for enthusiast towers.Intel s rival, Advanced Micro Devices, is planning to compete against Intel s Kaby Lake lineup with its Ryzen processors, which will come out in the first quarter of 2017.
There’s nothing like a good keyboard deal as the week moves into full swing.Amazon and Aukey are offering some deals on the latter’s products today.Of the bunch, our top pick is Aukey’s KM-G6 for $35 (use code RSKGHPRI at checkout).This is a 104-key mechanical keyboard with Outemu Blue switches and six-color backlighting.Note that this peripheral’s switches are not Cherry MX, which is the more popular brand for mechanical keyboards.Outemu Blue is a clone of Cherry MX Blue—Cherry’s patent expired in 2014.
There’s nothing like a good keyboard deal as the week moves into full swing.Amazon and Aukey are offering some deals on the latter’s products today.Of the bunch, our top pick is Aukey’s KM-G6 for $35 (use code RSKGHPRI at checkout).This is a 104-key mechanical keyboard with Outemu Blue switches and six-color backlighting.Note that this peripheral’s switches are not Cherry MX, which is the more popular brand for mechanical keyboards.Outemu Blue is a clone of Cherry MX Blue—Cherry’s patent expired in 2014.
“It goes back to a variety called White Carolina, which is maybe the oldest strawberry variety still in existence,” Stewart said.“It dates back to the seventeen-hundreds.”In some Asian markets, white fruit is coveted, and Driscoll’s has conducted commercial trials in Hong Kong.“This is not going to go forward.”Driscoll’s, a fourth-generation family business, says that it controls roughly a third of the six-billion-dollar U.S. berry market, including sixty per cent of organic strawberries, forty-six per cent of blackberries, fourteen per cent of blueberries, and just about every raspberry you don’t pick yourself.Driscoll’s sells more than a billion clamshells every year; it was Driscoll’s idea to put berries into clamshells in the first place.
To help, we’ve identified five quick crisis-mode moves that can help you fix your most egregious mobile mistakes.On mobile, less truly is more.According to one study, 57 percent of users would not recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile site.Takeaway: Keeping these limitations in mind, make sure your most important content displays in the top few pixels of the page; and reduce your viewers’ need to scroll whenever possible.In fact, Gartner projects that "ultramobiles," which include tablets, hybrids and clamshells, will take over as the main driver of growth in the devices market beyond 2014 -- Gartner estimates a growth rate of 54 percent.Takeaway: Make sure your mobile site looks as good on tablets of all sizes as it does on the traditional smart phone screen.
1888 Press Release - Full-service thermoformer InterTrade Industries will show attendees at world’s largest annual medtech event why clients have been turning to them for innovative, reliable and functional solutions for 40 years.ANAHEIM, Calif. – At the annual MD West February 6-8, 2018, world-class thermoformer InterTrade Industries will showcase its latest innovations in medical packaging and enclosures.At Booth #1542, InterTrade will display a selection of its sterile solutions for use in the ER, medical offices, patient homes, field operations and other medical environments.Among the products being featured are thin-gauge plastic packaging items such as trays, clamshells, lids and covers as well as heavy-gauge sturdy, reliable enclosures.From prototyping to full-scale manufacturing, InterTrade Industries works collaboratively with clients in the medtech industry to turn their design concepts into reality.The company offers a full range of capabilities to meet client needs, including:• Thin-Gauge Thermoforming• Heavy-Gauge Thermoforming• Custom Vacuum Forming• Assembly• In House Tooling• Drape Forming• Polyurethane Foam Molding"InterTrade Industries has earned a reputation as a world-class thermoformer by providing flexible, fast-to-market and high quality solutions to our clients’ evolving challenges, no matter how complex,” said Business Development Manager Cheryl Lapsys.We look forward to talking with attendees of MD West about how we can help with their current and future projects."Lapsys added that InterTrade Industries’ thermoformed solutions are ideal for start-up or smaller production lines because of their cost effectiveness.
A good multitool can be a handy item to have with you at all times, allowing you to quickly and easily tighten screws, cut wires, or even just open bottles and cans.But many modern multitools have gotten so bulky that they no longer fit comfortably in a pocket, which takes away some of the convenience.That is not the case with a new product that recently launched on Indiegogo that manages to pack a surprising amount of functionality into a tool that can easily fit onto your keychain.The Geekey multitool is made from tough 17-4 stainless steel and actually resembles a slightly oversized key.It includes 16 different tools that have been cleverly embedded into its compact design, giving it a high level of functionality in the process.Most of the tools included on the Geekey were selected for their ability to play a role in our everyday lives, rather than having extraneous features that aren’t really necessary.
(1888 PressRelease) Two leading full-service thermoformers have joined forces and will share medical packaging and enclosure capabilities at the largest annual medtech event.ANAHEIM, Calif. – World-class thermoformer InterTrade Industries officially joined forces with Global Packaging Development on January 1, 2018 to expand its manufacturing capabilities and will highlight the benefits of this recent alliance for medtech clients at the annual MD West, February 6-8, 2018, at Booth #1542.In addition to displaying a selection of custom-designed thermoformed medical packaging and enclosures, InterTrade and GPD will share their collaborative approach and complete suite of services ranging from engineering and design to full-scale production.To manufacture products that meet clients’ dynamic needs, the companies utilize state-of-the-art thermoforming equipment, including a new Sencorp Ultra 2500 with an integrated robotic stacking system, and offer a range of capabilities from an ISO 9001:2008 certified Southern California facility, including:• Custom vacuum forming• Thin and heavy gauge plastics• Assembly and contract services• In-house design, tooling and rapid prototypesLeveraging these assets, InterTrade and GPD have taken a creative approach to translate client inspiration into an array of solutions for use in a variety of medical environments, from functional sterile thin-gauge plastic packaging items like trays and clamshells to sturdy, reliable medical device enclosures made of heavy gauge plastic.“Our partnership with GPD dramatically expands our capabilities, offering an even greater depth and breadth of products, and getting them to market quickly,” said InterTrade Industries Business Development Manager, Cheryl Lapsys.“For over 40 years, the medtech industry has been trusting our precision thermoforming and tight quality control standards to produce quality products that solve industry challenges.Now with GPD, we have enhanced capabilities and look forward to discussing how we can put them to work for attendees of MD West.”MD West will be held February 6-8, 2018, at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California.To learn more about InterTrade Industries and GPD’s capabilities, visit http://www.InterTradeIndustries.com, call 714.894.5566, email Info ( @ ) InterTradeIndustries dot com or meet them in person at Booth #1542 at MD West dotAbout InterTrade IndustriesInterTrade Industries is a world-class, full-service custom thermoformer with 40 years of experience.Located in Southern California, InterTrade’s offerings include design, rapid prototypes, production, assembly and distribution.The company is well-positioned to meet a variety of needs and is ISO 9001:2008 certified.
Convertible form factors are as common today as traditional clamshells, and they are often added to existing designs like a feature, morphing an existing design into a 2-in-1 with minimal tweaks.For Dell, it isn’t just a 2-in-1 version of the XPS 15 — it’s a way of experimenting with future technology without having to sacrifice the familiarity of its premium laptop line.“You take a GTX 1050 Ti or 1060 and try to put it into this form factor — it doesn’t fit.”Adopting this new chip gives the XPS 15 2-in-1 surprising graphics capability in an impressively thin form factor.“I always joke with folks, saying that if I I’ve ever brought you the thinnest or lightest of anything, I’ve lost my mind,” says Oliphant.We can always do the thinnest — it’s just decisions.
The Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging Market Research report clarifies the past experience and trends, on the basis of these past experiences, it offers the future prediction considering other factors influencing the growth rate.This worldwide report offers the detailed analysis of the important factors such as market dynamics (DROT), PEST, and PORTER which assists the growth of the Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging Industry.These past experience and factors assist to build the strategy and future planning of Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging Market and hold a place in the competitive world.The Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging industry Market report offers the competitive scenario in the Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging industry based on the type of product, applications, and the companies that are present in the Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging market, and covers the company profiles, their development policies, lined up products and recent launched along with the SWOT analysis of companies.To get a complete report sample from this link:  http://www.qyresearchglobal.com/goods-1698048.htmlThis report studies the global Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging market status and forecast, categorizes the global Mobile Phone Accessories Packaging market size (value & volume) by key players, type, application, and region.This report focuses on the top players in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia India and Other regions (Middle East & Africa, Central & South America).Mobile phone accessories are typically packed in folding cartons and clear view boxes due to their characteristics to facilitate small volumes and customised printing.Thermoformed blisters and clamshells are also in trend due to their attractive and effective packaging.Manufacturers are inclining towards designing and delivering plastic thermoformed products.
Intel is adding six new laptop CPUs to its lineup, the company announced at this year's IFA technology trade show in Germany.Three new U-series and three new Y-series processors are joining Intel's 8th generation of Core i-series parts.Previously, these chips were known by the code names Whiskey Lake and Amber Lake.These are for laptops, tablets and two-in-one devices that range from mainstream clamshells to thin, fanless designs, and include support for integrated gigabit Wi-Fi, which Intel says is a first for this class of consumer PC.The six new CPUs are in the Core-m and Core-i families and include:In introducing the new CPUs, Intel says that its goal was to address pain points like low-battery anxiety.
Latest Report Available at Analytical Research Cognizance Consumer Electronics Packaging Market provides pin-point analysis for changing competitive dynamics and a forward looking perspective on different factors driving or restraining industry growth.This report presents the worldwide Consumer Electronics Packaging market size (value, production and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2013-2018 and forecast to 2025), by manufacturers, region, type and application.This study also analyzes the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter's Five Forces Analysis.Browse the full report @ http://www.arcognizance.com/report/global-consumer-electronics-packaging-market-insights-forecast-to-2025 The Consumer Electronics Packaging market was valued at Million US$ in 2017 and is projected to reach Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of during the forecast period.In this study, 2017 has been considered as the base year and 2018 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Consumer Electronics Packaging.The following manufacturers are covered in this report: DS Smith Plc Mondi Group International Paper Company Sonoco Products Company Sealed Air Corporation Huhtamaki Oyj Smurfit Kappa Group PLC WestRock Company UFP Technologies, Inc. Stora Enso Oyj Pregis Corporation Shenzhen Hoichow Packing Manufacturing Ltd. Dordan Manufacturing Company Hangzhou Xunda Packaging Co. Dunapack Packaging Group Universal Protective Packaging, Inc. Parksons Packaging Ltd. Neenah Paper Inc.Plastic Ingenuity Inc. JJX Packaging LLCConsumer Electronics Packaging Breakdown Data by Type Corrugated Boxes Paperboard Boxes Thermoformed Trays Bags & Pouches Blister Packs & Clamshells Protective Packaging Others Consumer Electronics Packaging Breakdown Data by Application Mobile Phones Computers TVs, DTH & Set-Top Boxes Music Systems Printers, Scanners & Photocopy Machines Game Consoles & Toys Camcorders & Cameras Electronic Wearable Digital Media Adapters (DMRs) OthersRequest a sample of this report @ http://www.arcognizance.com/enquiry-sample/105004 Consumer Electronics Packaging Production by Region United States Europe China Japan South Korea Other Regions Other RegionsConsumer Electronics Packaging Consumption by Region North America United States Canada Mexico Asia-Pacific China India..etcThe study objectives are: To analyze and research the global Consumer Electronics Packaging status and future forecast?involving, production, revenue, consumption, historical and forecast.To analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regions.
Foodservice packaging has grown in the due course to comprise a broad variety of packaging products, for instance, wraps, clamshells, cups, plates, bowls and so forth.The worldwide market food service assists the well-established and widespread sector of the food service, comprising of online as well as offline food service stores which are serving a vast amount of individuals worldwide.The global market for food service packaging is anticipated to registering a 5.3% CAGR during the forecast period.Request For Report Sample: https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/sample/110114834/Food-Service-Packaging-MarketMarket SegmentationThe global market on the basis of the product type is segmented into cups includes (paper(includes above 16 ounce, 8 to 16 ounce and up to 8 ounce), plastic(includes above 16 ounce, 8 to 16 ounce and up to 8 ounce), paper + plastic (includes above 16 ounce, 8 to 16 ounce and up to 8 ounce), bowls(includes paperboard, aluminum, plastic and molded fiber), pizza boxes (includes clay coated cardboard and corrugated paperboard), straws, single serve portion packs (includes plastic and paper), clamshells (includes plastic and paperboard), lids for cups (includes plastic and paper +plastic), stirrers and cutlery (knives, forks, spoons) (includes wood, plastic)), trays (includes paperboard, aluminum, plastic and molded fiber) and plates (includes paper(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch), plastic(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch), molded fiber(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch) and aluminum(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch)).The global market studied across the prominent regions includes Latin America, Asia Pacific excluding Japan, North America, Middle East & Africa and Europe.The APAC region will be dominating the overall market due to the increasing quantity of food chains along with the rising disposable income of individuals in the region.The global market on the basis of the base material includes paperboard, aluminium, plastic (includes polystyrene, polyethylene, polypropylene, poly lactic acid and polyethylene terephthalate) and molded fibers.On the basis of the fabrication process, the global market includes die-cutting, thermoforming and injection molding.The worldwide market on the basis of the end use industry includes institutional food services, food service outlets and online food ordering.Request Report Discount: https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/discount/110114834/Food-Service-Packaging-MarketKey Market PlayersThe major market players operating in the worldwide market for foodservice packaging includeGeorgia-Pacific LLCDart Container CorporationPactiv LLCAnchor Packaging Inc.Gold Plast SPAD Fine PackDOpla S.p.A.Berry Global Group Inc.WestRock CompanySmurfit Kappa GroupNew WinCup Holdings, Inc.Huhtamäki OyjGraphic Packaging Holding CompanyLinpac Packaging LtdNovolex Holdings, Inc.Coveris Holdings S.A.Genpak, LLCBe Green PackagingSouthern Champion Tray, LPGRACZ, INC.OthersReport Analysis: https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/rd/110114834/Food-Service-Packaging-Market 
TCL is looking to innovate with mobile display hardware, showing off edge-to-edge and dot displays (also known as punch-hole displays) at CES 2019.As the assault on the bezel continues, and moves on from the notch, manufacturers are trying to find ways of achieving bezel-less screens in phones, and it’s a trend we’re going to see plenty of in the coming year.“With feature phones, we had sliders and clamshells — a lot of different products — but today it’s the same black box and it’s defined by the display.” Stefan Streit, general manager of Global Marketing for TCL, told Digital Trends.“The market is ready for new product innovations and we see an opportunity.”TCL is all-in with display manufacturing, having invested $25 billion in display panel technology.You may know the name TCL because of the Chinese manufacturer’s growing profile as a purveyor of high quality TVs at tempting prices – it’s the third largest TV manufacturer in the world right now.
The latest version of the XPS 13 finally introduces that fix.Doing it required years of work and forced Dell to consider many solutions, including a smartphone-like notch.He’s been the Product Manager for the XPS clamshells at Dell since before the InfinityEdge bezels were first introduced.Obviously, thin bezels seemed like the smart thing to do.Squeezing a camera back in the top bezel wasn’t a matter of rearranging parts.That’s why shrinking the camera wasn’t the first option — and we should all be glad Dell didn’t choose of the alternatives that were considered.
The version of Nubia’s “wearable smartphone” that was on display last year at IFA was an unwieldy thing.This year’s model of the Alpha, however, is certainly a step in the right direction.It’s still bulky, so far as smartwatches go, but at very least, you could probably walk down the street in the thing, without stopping traffic.Details are pretty scant at the moment.The Shenzhen-based smartphone maker promised more information at a press event later tonight (Barcelona time), so we’ll be dropping them in here as they arrive.Meantime, this does feel like a logical next step for this technology, beyond the simple sandwich clamshells we’ve been at the show so far.
From the recyclable clamshells to top down bottles and pharmaceutical foil blister packs to flexible pouches, the packaging industry construct solutions that helps to provide the security, protection and convenience and the marketing to the world.
Foodservice packaging has grown in the due course to comprise a broad variety of packaging products, for instance, wraps, clamshells, cups, plates, bowls and so forth.The worldwide market food service assists the well-established and widespread sector of the food service, comprising of online as well as offline food service stores which are serving a vast amount of individuals worldwide.The global market for food service packaging is anticipated to registering a 5.3% CAGR during the forecast period.Market SegmentationThe global market on the basis of the product type is segmented into cups includes (paper(includes above 16 ounce, 8 to 16 ounce and up to 8 ounce), plastic(includes above 16 ounce, 8 to 16 ounce and up to 8 ounce), paper + plastic (includes above 16 ounce, 8 to 16 ounce and up to 8 ounce), bowls(includes paperboard, aluminum, plastic and molded fiber), pizza boxes (includes clay coated cardboard and corrugated paperboard), straws, single serve portion packs (includes plastic and paper), clamshells (includes plastic and paperboard), lids for cups (includes plastic and paper +plastic), stirrers and cutlery (knives, forks, spoons) (includes wood, plastic)), trays (includes paperboard, aluminum, plastic and molded fiber) and plates (includes paper(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch), plastic(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch), molded fiber(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch) and aluminum(includes above 14 inch, 7 to 14 inch and up to 7 inch)).Request For Report Sample: https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/sample/110114834/Food-Service-Packaging-Market The global market studied across the prominent regions includes Latin America, Asia Pacific excluding Japan, North America, Middle East & Africa and Europe.The APAC region will be dominating the overall market due to the increasing quantity of food chains along with the rising disposable income of individuals in the region.The global market on the basis of the base material includes paperboard, aluminium, plastic (includes polystyrene, polyethylene, polypropylene, poly lactic acid and polyethylene terephthalate) and molded fibers.On the basis of the fabrication process, the global market includes die-cutting, thermoforming and injection molding.The worldwide market on the basis of the end use industry includes institutional food services, food service outlets and online food ordering.Key Market PlayersRequest For Reprot discount: https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/discount/110114834/Food-Service-Packaging-Market The major market players operating in the worldwide market for foodservice packaging includeGeorgia-Pacific LLCDart Container CorporationPactiv LLCAnchor Packaging Inc.Gold Plast SPAD Fine PackDOpla S.p.A.Berry Global Group Inc.WestRock CompanySmurfit Kappa GroupNew WinCup Holdings, Inc.Huhtamäki OyjGraphic Packaging Holding CompanyLinpac Packaging LtdNovolex Holdings, Inc.Coveris Holdings S.A.Genpak, LLCBe Green PackagingSouthern Champion Tray, LPGRACZ, INC.OthersReport Analysis: https://www.researchreportinsights.com/report/rd/110114834/Food-Service-Packaging-Market 
“We believe by doing that, we’re actually going to come up with some incredible experiences over this multi year journey that project Athena represents that will really help the entire laptop market.”Like the competing Always Computing PC platform from Qualcomm, Project Athena is striving for thin and light form factors.Newman showed off an Intel XPS 13 2-in-1 design, and his team claims that clamshells and convertible form factors will be included.“Project Athena is our innovation program and it’s about what we’re going to do next — to create the next generation of the most advanced laptops,” said Intel Client Computing Group Vice President Josh Newman.“The phone has sort of trained us that you know, every device just work that way should push a button it should be on instantly should never think about connectivity, and you shouldn’t have to drag a charge around with you all day.With the launch of its Open Innovation Labs — located in Shanghai, Taipei, and Folsom, California — Intel will work with component manufacturers to tune the various parts inside a laptop to help them deliver the most battery life.
Over 38 years, the PC industry has produced close to $3 trillion in revenue and created a lot of wealth and jobs for people who create PC’s, PC software and services that support them.Demand for PC’s has decreased in the last 10 years, but PC makers still sell about 270 million PC’s and laptops each year worldwide.While desktop computers are still made, they represent only about 20% of all PC’s shipped today.In fact, I was at CEBIT in 1985 when Toshiba introduced the first ever clamshell laptop, a design that the PC Industry embraced and has popularized for over three decades.The first break with traditional clamshells came in 2012 with the introduction of what Intel called “2 in 1’s.” These were fundamentally a tablet with a detachable keyboard.Being able to break the stronghold of the clamshell design was partly due to Microsoft’s newest OS that added pen and touch support and other features that came out to support their first Surface hybrids in this same year.
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