Krzanich said Intel is powering next-generation tablets and convertables. He showed 60 designs on stage on the opening day of IDF (above). The second day was devoted to the launch of Bay Trail, Intel's latest tablet SoC.
The big news from the new CEO was the unveiling of Quark, an x86 family for the Internet of Things. He showed an example on a reference board for the industrial market (below). After holding the first open Q&A with an IDF audience, he was spotted walking the show floor (bottom), further driving his image of accessibility.