Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has revealed that his company will be showcasing first wearable devices at the next week’s Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas. Although he did not elaborate on the exact wearable device details.
“What you will see at CES is that we are actually going to bring some very innovative wearables to the show that are developed and manufactured here,” Brian told Recode in an interview.
According to Krzanich, Intel will also unveil Quark line of chips next week, which will be powering the company’s wearable devices. Other details are unclear at this moment.
In addition to wearables, Intel will also be talking about its tablet plans in Las Vegas, which company claims are very exciting.
“What you will see at CES [are] tablets that are doing some things that you didn’t think possible,” Krzanich noted. “We’ll bring some new innovations in imaging, for example. That’s about all I can tell you for now,” he added.
To remind you, Intel isn’t the only chip maker wandering in the wearables arena, Qualcomm is also working on wearable devices and has already launched one in the form of Toq.