Intel today introduced its 4th generation Intel Core Processor family at Computex. The new Intel® Core™ processors deliver the biggest power savings in Intel’s history, enabling over nine hours of battery life and two times the graphics capability versus the previous generation. View the full media release here.
Day 1 of Computex included a keynote address from Intel’s Tom Kilroy where he discussed Intel’s 4th generation Intel Core processors. Tom also showed for the first time a smartphone reference design platform based on “Merrifield,” Intel’s next-generation 22nm Atom SoC for smartphones. View a media release with full details of this announcement and other highlights from the keynote here.
Other key highlights include:
- Intel announced the availability of 4th generation Intel Core vPro™ processors for innovative desktop PCs and mobile work stations and future availability planned for Ultrabook™ and tablet devices. The 4th generation Intel Core vPro processors are up to 2x faster for business productivity applications over 4-year old systems. Click here to access the news fact sheet.
- The introduction of 4th gen Intel Core processors ushers in a wave of new Ultrabook “2-in-1” devices. Click here to view the features of 4th generation Core based Ultrabook devices.
- Intel launched the Intel Xeon® processor E3-1200 v3 product family, delivering up to 18 per cent better energy-efficient performance and up to 38 per cent improvement in graphics performance. Click here to view the fact sheet.