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Intel Laptop Bluetooth Alarm System – Engadget Hands On Review


Intel Bluetooth Alarm System Hands On review by Engadget! We interrupt our wall-to-wall laptop and Windows 8 coverage to bring you some news about… chips. Specifically, Intel’s latest ultra low voltage chips, and new features they’ll bring to Ultrabooks, in particular. Here at Chipzilla’s Computex keynote, we just got a demo of a new security feature that causes an alarm to go off on your PC if a stranger attempts to move it. Read more here: http://goo.gl/BBPi4. Subscribe to Engadget: http://goo.gl/FZmRo.

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  1. Does it work with the lid closed? Crappy demonstration. I'm guessing bluetooth…. distance? I guess more for hacking rather than theft.

  2. but when someone touches it, you receive a notification. So you would know the second someone touches the computer.

  3. It works ok in an ultra-book because of sealed battery. But in a traditional laptop just pull the battery out while walking away, flash the Bios, install new HDD/SSD. Security Pointless.

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