Intel Demos Processor Running on Red Wine at IDF

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Sadly, no word on the processor spec's; or did I miss it somewhere?
 

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The wine does NOT provide energy, it is simply an electrolyte. It could be replaced by many household chemicals such as lemon juice, soda water, vinegar, baking soda. The energy comes from two dissimilar metals such as copper and zinc. The zinc will give up its electrons and flow through the circuit, to the copper. The wine(acidic) simply allows the process to continue.
 

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Intel is very serious in ultra low power processing. They have the advantage of a strong team of implacable R&D. ARM's future is looking grim.
 

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"I see what Intel is thinking: implanted processors, powered by wine. Thank you! "

Implanted processors, powered by your blood!
 

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It has an inviting nose, with a heavy black-berry color which gives way to a nice electron laden finish. Pair it with a nice quad-core sans over-clock, for best results.
 
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