Intel this week is launching the 4th generation Intel Core processors(commonly referred to by codename “Haswell”). This includes their Core i3, i5, and i7 processor lines.
These new processors from Intel are exciting because they deliver significant increases in battery life, improved performance and incredible integrated graphics for Windows PCs and tablets. They are also designed with mobility front-and-center. Intel is working with OEMs on offerings such as new touch Ultrabooks, tablets, and 2-in-1 convertible devices that give you a laptop when you need it and a tablet when you want it.
Intel’s next-generation 22nm Intel Atom chip will be coming to the market later this year. These new chips will offer up to 3 times the peak performance (same power) or 5 times the power efficiency (same performance) over the existing 32nm Atom chips today.
During Computex this week, OEM partners are announcing new PCs powered with 4th generation Intel Core processors such as the new Aspire S7 Ultrabook from Acerand many others. You can expect more OEMs to announce new PCs with 4th generation Intel Core processors at Computex continues for the rest of the week.