The Intel booth at CES features a towering structure composed of 176 Ultrabook computers, as written on IQ for Intel.

Walk into the Central Hall of the Consumer Electronics Show and you'll be immediately greeted by a massive, glowing tree at the Intel booth. The tree, made of 176 Intel Ultrabooks, stands over 18 feet tall and showcases the latest hardware powered by Intel. But the tree isn’t just nice to look at (or snap a picture in front of!), it points to the future of computer interaction, letting visitors experience the potential of touch-screens.'

Watch Josh of the Rockwell LAB demonstrate and explain more about the technology behind the tree:

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