Intel's 'Grantsdale' and 'Alderwood' chipsets are still a couple of weeks away from official launch but will be 'high profile' this week at Computex, according to Intel spokesman Howard High.
'It will be front-of-the-booth stuff, not back room,' said High.
Though Intel has yet to reveal the specifics of Grantsdale, integrated wireless access points will be a feature of both the Grantsdale and Alderwood chipsets, enabling PCs to interact with Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
Intel has previously stated that, for security purposes, the company will disable the wireless features within Grantsdale by default.
-- By Ron Osborn