Intel Unveils 7th Generation Core Processors

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅30.08.2016 20:22:49


Today, Intel unveils its 7th generation Core Processors which promises leadership in performance and new media capabilities built for the immersive internet of today's generation. Intel highlights some of the advances of the 7th generation Intel Core processors below.




Faster and More Responsive
The 7th generation Intel Core processors utilizes the 14nm process technology which Intel now calls "14nm+" which promises of up to 19% faster web performance and 12% faster productivity performance versus the previous generation Intel Core Processors.

Premium 4K UHD Content
Computers using the 7th generation Intel Core processors will gain access to premium 4K UHD content from various sources. Intel sees 4K UHD content to go mainstream soon and the 7th generation Core processors aim to pave the way for it. Intel also promises users faster creation and rendering of own 4K UHD content and 360-degree video clips of up to 15X faster.

Improved Gaming Experience
The 7th generation Intel Core processors promises to improve graphics performance by 3X in gaming compared to a 5-year old computer and with Thunderbolt 3 coming to be available in devices soon, hooking up with 4k UHD monitors for better gaming experience will be with ease.

Thinner and Lighter Devices
Laptops and tables will be lighter and thinner than ever with the new 7th generation Intel core processors. Intel is expecting a hundred different models of 2-in-1 PCs and laptops starting this September using the new processor.

Here's a short video clip about the new 7th generation Intel Core processors.



This announcement of new 7th Generation Intel Core processors will include:
Intel Core m3 processor
Intel Core i3, Intel Core i5 and Intel Core i7 processors

Intel expects OEMs to start shipping systems powered by the 7th-gen processors to end users by beginning of September. See 7th Generation Intel Core Processors product brief here.
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