Intel launched its new Core M Processor built for amazing performance in the thinnest, fanless ultra-mobile devices. The new processor can give up to 50 per cent faster performance and 40 per cent faster graphics as versus its previous 4th generation Core processor. The amount of heat dissipated by the processor is reduced by 60 percent.
The first processors designed and built on Intel’s new, shrunken 14nm fabrication process was first unveiled during Computex 2014. The Core M processor will be a great improvement in performance for the consumers with older PCs.
The fifth-generation Core is especially designed to run without a fan, which enables thinner and lighter devices to achieve the performance and speed without having to step down to low-power Atom processors.
The prototype which was showed off at Computex by Intel was 7.2mm thin and at 4.5 watts, has 60 percent lower thermal power than the previous generation.
The first Intel Core M processor based system will be on shelves in time for the holiday selling season in October, including the Acer Aspire Switch 12, Asus Zenbook UX305, Dell Latitude 13 7000 Series, Lenovo ThinkPad Helix, HP Envy x2. Intel also said that more than 20 Core M processor-based OEM products are on the way as claimed by Intel.
At IFA 2014 Intel also showcased its portfolio of Intel RealSense Technology aimed to ‘make computing more natural, intuitive and immersive’, Intel is also working on emerging trends in the wearable technology space for this it has announced a partnership with fashion design firm Fossil Group.