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Intel Corporation (INTC) Giving GoPro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) a Run For Its Money

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is on the verge of ushering in an era of indispensable wearable technology in our lives. The tech giant held a competition recently for entrepreneurs who with the help of Intel Edison, the miniature sized computer that serves as a development platform for wearable devices.


The winner of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC)’s competition was Christoph Kohstall, co-founder and CEO of Nixie, the flyable and wearable camera. He was interviewed on CNBC and asked about his vision for the product.

While GoPro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) has recently been synonymous with action cameras, Nixie takes this game to a whole new level. Powered by Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) the device snaps on your wrist like a band and when you want to take a picture it flies away and takes the picture with a perspective that has been impossible to capture in the past. For extreme sports like rock climbing this is simply revolutionary.

“[…] I am a rock climber and I tried using GoPro but it just doesn’t give you the perspective you need and so I think that this is really the market that is craving for product like this but in the end we want every adventurer to have it and in the really end we think that it could be the next generation of point and shoot camera,” remarked Kohstall.

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) is making its mark by being the foundation of our technological future. Even though the tech company has not been able to profit immensely from the mobile era, but it is certainly well set to take over the next era of technological evolution.

If in future you are planning to have an adventure and visit some scenic places in Africa, be sure to get hold of Nixie to capture images with a background that has only one difference from a multimillion dollar Hollywood movie shot. It’s real.

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