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Intel's vPro Core chips advance wire-free computing with wireless dock, Pro WiDi tech

Mark Hachman | Jan. 30, 2015
Intel brought its fifth-generation Core technology to business PCs on Thursday, launching its new Core vPro processors alongside components of its "wire-free" vision of computing.

Customers will have to buy their own WiDi Pro dongles to go along with their new vPro laptops, Intel said, from manufacturers like ActionTec. WiDi adapters today cost about $50 to $70.

The WiDi Pro features improve security, Intel says, by requiring them to identify themselves to a corporate network, where they can be approved and managed. Presentations made using the technology can be placed either into an exclusive presenter mode, a shared mode between notebooks, or a moderated mode where the display can be handed off. 


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