CES 2015 saw the introduction of the Broadwell series for Intel, the latest entry in the Core family that are scheduled to arrive in the first trimester of 2015.
These chips are meant to provide users with more graphical rendering power and extra duration for the internal batteries.
Computers keep getting exponentially more powerful while consuming less and less resources in time. Part of that is the result of Intel’s research and development team who have managed to improve battery life between 20 and 30 percent with this latest entry with their Core series. Other improvements include 3D rendering (22% better), while traditional video rendering will see a 50 percent increase in effectiveness. At the same time, Intel devices will now be able to do 4K natively.
The best is yet to come, though, and we can’t wait to see what will come of developers using Intel’s technology on their new devices. Asus and Samsung have already announced new models that will sport these new Intel chips on notebooks, tablets, and many, many other devices available to the public. There will be 14 Core i3, i5 and i7 processors in total grouped under the Broadwell brand.
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