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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Intel's Video Phone

SANTA CLARA, California () -- Intel Corp. announced last week a consumer version of its ProShare video-conferencing technology that allows home personal computers users to hook up their telephone to receive a video picture of the person calling.


The Intel Video Phone allows someone with at least a 133 megahertz Pentium computer to hook up their telephone to receive a video picture of the person calling.


The technology will cost a user $200 or $300 above the cost of a new PC and includes a camera apparatus and the ProShare software.