Intel has uncovered that its new Core M processor will be inside various future Windows 8.1 notebook-tablet cross breed items and ultrabooks that are planned to be launched later 2014.
The Core M processor is additionally the first chip from Intel that will utilize its since quite a while ago anticipated, and since quite a while ago delayed, Broadwell structural architecture. The company said that Core M processors will be 50 percent smaller in dimension and will present to 20 percent more battery life than its past era of chips. Clock speed will be somewhere around 2.0 and 2.6 GHz, contingent upon which variant of the Core M chip is utilized. Intel included:
“The Intel Core M processor enables up to 50 percent faster compute performance and 40 percent faster graphics performance versus the comparable, previous 4th generation Intel Core processor. Consumers with older PCs will notice a more significant performance improvement. The Intel Core M processor delivers up to two times the compute performance and up to seven times better graphics compared to a 4- year-old PC, for example.”
Various PC producers have officially published plans to announce Windows 8.1 hybrid (cross breed) PCs and ultrabooks with the Core M processor this fall, some of which will have designed less than 9mm thick. They fit in Lenovo with its approaching Thinkpad Helix, Asus with its Xenbook UX305 and HP with its two new ENVY x2 items. More PCs with Core M chips will be propelled in the first half of 2015.
Will you be purchasing another new Windows 8.1 notebook, tablet or hybrid with Intel’s Core M processor inside?