Intel is here with its 13th Generation of Core processors this autumn. The company has officially announced its desktop CPUs along with another amazing platform. Alongside, there’s a new Unison app for Windows that intends to improve cross-platform integration. Let’s check out the new features in detail.
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As mentioned, the latest smartphone integration tool Unison is designed for the Windows platform. The function emphasizes improving cross-platform integration that allows VPN, firewall, as well as IT support. For the unaware, this will allow users to connect wirelessly through WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular networks.
This implies that the users will be able to transfer files, including photos, videos, documents, and more at a faster speed. However, the exact transfer speed is not yet disclosed. Intel says that it is a “simple pairing process” that will allow you to connect your Android or iOS smartphone to Intel-powered computers.
In other terms, it works similarly to what it does in Apple Mac. Although, it will work outside the Apple ecosystem. Also, it will not be as seamless as the iOS and Mac as this is a Microsoft application. But it’s still good to see the team is working to get over the Microsoft Phone Links app.
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On the other side, the Intel 13th gen PC will be available to buy in the next few months or next year. Before that, the company may plan to launch support for other Intel hardware in India.