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Intel sent me a prototype of a Haswell Developer Ultrabook to review in August. Last month I wrote a about my first impressions of the Intel Haswell Ultrabook [http://www.johnpapa.net/intel-haswell-first-look/], which were pretty good. Since then I have used this ultrabook extensively on a daily bas
I’m excited that I just received an Intel Haswell Ultrabook to review! Last year I reviewed an Intel Ivy Bridge Ultrabook with Windows 8 and touch screen [http://www.johnpapa.net/win8sensors/]. Overall I was happy with the device, the hardware, and sensors. Battery life was so-so, but then again, i
The combination of good sensors and simplicity of tapping into the Windows 8 sensor APIs are really going to open the doors to some great apps. In this final review I'll touch on the core sensors, how they fared, and how to tap into each of them. I've received a few pieces of hardware and software
[https://www.johnpapa.net/content/images/2016/05/744DSC_2212.png] I’ve been using the Intel IvyBridge Ultrabook that I received from the folks at Intel for the past few weeks. My experience with it over that time has left me extremely impressed. The array of sensors on the device are perhaps the m