How to watch Intel’s Computex 2021 keynote and what to expect

At this year’s Computex conference, Intel announced that it will be operating its own keynote speaker. Although the conference begins on June 1 and runs until June 5 this year, it takes place a day before local time to begin Intel’s keynote address. As with other events around Computex, Intel’s keynote speaker will become virtual due to the ongoing health epidemic this year.

While the company does not disclose what customers can expect, the good news is that the virtual format allows people at home to follow Intel’s live stream and watch ads unfold in real-time. Gamers, laptop users, and those upgrading to the newest Windows desktop on the market will find something to be excited about through Intel. Here’s how to watch Intel’s live stream.

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If you want to see Intel’s announcement live, keep in mind that the company’s keynote address will take place the day before Computex officially closes. Intel announced that its event will take place on Monday, May 31, at 10 a.m. local time in Taipei, Taiwan. That means people in the United States can tune in on Sunday, May 30 at 7 pm (10 pm PT).

The company posted a link to its Livestream ahead of the keynote, which can be viewed from YouTube. We’ve also embedded the stream at the top, so you can watch Intel’s presentation from this page.

If you do not see Intel’s keynote address, be sure to follow the digital trends as well, as we cover all news and the latest announcements from Intel and others in the PC industry.

What to expect from Intel’s Computex 2021 announcements

The company has been tight-lipped about what you can expect. In its press release, Intel stated that it will reveal key insights and strategies from new CEO Pat Gelsinger.

The company revealed that it will present news from its work in the data center, cloud, connectivity, artificial intelligence, and the intelligent edge.

Given that Intel had recently launched its new Tiger Lake-H series processors and it is hard at work on its 12th Gen Alder Lake platform after it previewed its next-gen silicon earlier this year at CES, we can likely expect updates on both fronts, especially performance improvements driven by Intel’s heterogeneous processor architecture.

Intel’s keynote presentation is only scheduled for 30 minutes, we expect it to be tightly packed with news. Alder Lake is expected to debut later this year, so we don’t anticipate any new systems at Computex to debut with the 12th Gen processor. The company could also talk about its latest graphics strategy as it pushes forward with its Xe graphics architecture and its progress with new discrete graphics cards.

In addition to its opening keynote, Intel also announced a second talk at Computex scheduled for 10 a.m. local time on June 2, which translates to 7 p.m. PT on June 1 for U.S. audiences. That session will be focused on A.I. and high-performance computing, and the talk will be delivered by Nash Palaniswamy, Intel’s vice president of the Sales, Marketing, and Communications Group and general manager of AI, HPC, and Datacenter Accelerators Solutions and Sales. A link to Intel’s June 2 presentation is also embedded above for your convenience.

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