Find the Best Mobile Devices for Small Business. Your business moves fast. What are you waiting for?
Discover and compare the four most popular form factors for small businesses. See the differences between tablet, Ultrabook™, 2 in 1, and notebook devices.
Included with select Intel®-based tablets, the Intel® Business App Portfolio is a collection of special offers on top business-empowering apps.
Included with the purchase of select tablets based on Intel® processors, the Intel® Business App Portfolio is a collection of special offers on top business apps that empower companies to create, collaborate, and communicate.
It’s a laptop for producing reports, documents, and more, and it’s a tablet for on the go, so government workers can be more empowered in more places.
Panelists discuss transforming mobile health services using examples from Brazil and Spain, where digitization of records, care, and more is underway.
Video: Intel spent a day with nurse practitioner, Ginger Harris, as she went on home visits with a new Ultrabook.
Intel spent a day with nurse practitioner, Ginger Harris, as she went on home visits with a new Ultrabook. Critical for "on-the-go" clinicians is a reliable computer that is lighter, faster, and "instant-on."Full View >
Identify the best device—laptop, desktop, 2 in 1, or tablet—for your healthcare role by answering five simple questions in our device selector tool.
Identify which Intel®-based device—laptop, desktop, 2 in 1, or tablet—is best for your healthcare role by answering five fast and simple questions in our device selector tool.
The future of wireless is here with interactive Intel(R) RealSense(TM) technology, designed to know you and deliver a whole new computing experience.
Personal computing has entered a new era. Instead of relying on a single device, we are surrounded by multiple devices at home and work --laptops, a family computer, smartphones, tablets, TVs-- they all help us stay connected and be more productive.Full View >
Presents background on emerging innovations to improve healthcare, such as wearable fitness devices, computers that perform surgery, and more.
Presents background on emerging innovations that may help improve healthcare, including wearable fitness technology, computers that can perform surgery or visual analysis, personalized medicine, hospitals and doctors that come to you, and more.