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Developers at Intel recently revealed a laptop that can power up and run on wine.

The development is meant to provide an alternative energy source and demonstrate how little energy our devices actually need to run.

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“It’s possible to start to imagine a world of incredibly low power but also with high performance, which will help unburden us, help us do things that are remarkable and gives the ability to power things like constant sensing, communication, and computing – all of which are necessary for our mobile future,’ Dr Genevieve Bell said to The Daily Mail.

Intel has also been developing extremely low-power processors called Quark. The technology would enable sensors that “lit up when it sensed a cyclist was braking or going quickly to alert drivers nearby,” according to The Daily Mail.

To read more about the project click here.

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