Intel has launched the 4th Generation Core processors in India. These processors deliver up to 50 percent more battery life as compare to the previous generation Core processors. They can deliver upto 9 hours of battery life in active workloads for few of the ultrabooks powered by the new 4th Gen processors.
The new processors uses system on a chip technology which enables the companies to use new form factors & 2 in 1 designs. They come with Intel Iris graphics which delivers upto double performance over previous generation.
Leighton Phillips, Director, Product Management & Pricing, Intel Asia-Pacific, said:
“Today we deliver on the vision set forth two years ago to reinvent personal computing with the introduction of our fourth-generation Intel Core processors.”
Users would soon see the ultrabooks powered by the Intel 4th Gen processors in the market. All major laptop brands such as Dell, Lenovo, HP & Acer would be launching the new range of ultrabooks in the market next month. Some of the features of these ultrabooks are :
- Thin Design – New Ultrabooks would be less than 23mm in thickness.
- More Responsive – The wake up time has been reduced to less than 3 seconds.
- Interactive & Wireless Display – The new ultrabooks will have touch capabilities and they support Intel wireless display (Intel WiDi).
- Voice Command & Controls – There would be a dual array microphone present in the ultrabooks which would improve the voice recognition and would offer better voice command and control on the device.
- Extended Battery Life – Users would get upto 6 hours of full HD media playback on Intel 4th Gen processor powered ultrabook.
- Built-in Security – Intel has included Anti-Theft technology to lock down the ultrabook it is stolen or gets lost. These devices would also have identity protection technology which provides more secure and safe online shopping & Banking experience.
- Fast I/O – All the new ultrabooks would have atleast one USB 3.0 and thunderbolt technology for fast data transfer.
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