Intel envisions a words where everything is wireless and, true to form, the exhibition at IDF included wireless multigigabit docking technology based on WiGig.
alliance has already promised cable-free data transmissions of up to 7 GHz.
There is still time to go before such things become common of course, but that doesn't mean the supporters of the technology (WiGig Alliance) have nothing to show.
In fact, WiGig docking technology was revealed working at the Intel Developer Forum.
Using the unlicensed 60 GHz frequency band, as well as advanced Protocol Adaption Layers (PAL), the wireless standard should become a data bridge for mobile, consumer electronics and PC applications alike.
The next CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is where a range of products will be put on display for all to see. Too bad January 2013 is still so far away.