On the ongoing annual Consumer Electronic Show 2015, Las Vegas Intel has officially announced its new 5th generation Intel Core processor family. The latest range of silicon processors are designed on 14 nm architecture and is expected to deliver improved system and graphics performances, natural and immersive user experiences and also enable longer battery life as compared to previous generations.
The new series of processors are said to be designed to power devices in different ranges including the traditional notebooks, 2 in 1s, ultrabooks, chromebooks, desktops PCs and mini PCs. The line-up of the 5th generation Intel processors include Core i3, Core i5, Core i5 vPro, Core i7 and Core i7 vPro processors.
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The 5th generation Intel core family processors have 35% more transistors on a 37% smaller die. Its new architectural enhancement allows the chip to deliver up to 24% better graphics performance, up to 50% faster video conversion and about 1.5 hours longer battery life as compared to the previous generation.
Furthermore, they offer graphics options including Intel HD Graphics 5500, HD Graphics 6000 and Intel Iris Graphics 6100 which enable 4K Ultra HD display.
The company has also started shipping its next generation 14nm processor for tablets, codenamed as ‘Cherry Trail', to all the original device manufacturers. This chip is offering 64-bit computing and is said to come with improved graphics, greater performance and battery for mainstream tablets. The ‘Cherry Trail' processors are equipped with modems which are capable of supporting LTE-Advanced on Intel XMMTM platform, which supports Cat-6 speeds and carrier aggregation.
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