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Intel At Computex 2015: Fifth Generation Core Processor, Thunderbolt 3 And More
In the on-going event of Computex 2015 in Taipei, Taiwan, Intel has just announced the Fifth Gen Core Processors, Thunderbolt 3 with reversible USB Type-C, Intel Unite and the 5th generation Intel® Core mobile processors for mobile and IoT with integrated Intel® Iris Pro Graphics.
For starters, Intel Unite was introduced as a new and cost-effective business solution designed for easy intuitive collaboration and improved meeting productivity.
With a select Intel Core V Pro processor-based mini PC in the conference room along with the Intel Unite application running on devices, existing conference rooms will get modernized and transform into smart meeting spots with enhanced security.
Secondly, the company also introduced the new Thunderbolt 3 acts as a "superset" host for USB 3.1 (at full 10Gbps speed), DisplayPort 1.2, PCI Express Gen 3 and its own Thunderbolt standard.
The updated Thunderbolt 3 now supports speeds up to 40 gigabits per second, four times faster and with twice the video bandwidth of any other cable, while still being able to supply power.
With its full support for USB 3.1 it delivers power based on the USB spec, able to push 100 watts for notebook charging and deliver 15 watts for bus-powered devices.
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Thunderbolt 3's 40Gbps also allows for dual 4K monitor support over a single cable, as well as speedy 10-gigabit Ethernet networking.
As a real world example, one hour of 4K GoPro footage would be transferable across Thunderbolt 3 in less than one minute. Intel says the first devices supporting this unified port standard will ship before the end of 2015, with growing support through 2016.
Intel also announced its latest 5th generation core graphics processors with improved performance and graphics at Computex today.
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The Intel Core i7-5775C is a quad-core hyper-threaded part which is clocked at 3.3GHz and houses Intel Iris Pro 6200 Graphics. It will have a TDP of 65 Watts. According to Intel, it gives a 2x improvement over the Intel HD4600 graphics. This processor is aimed at different kinds of desktop form factors including thinner mini PCs, desktop AIOs and so on.
Intel also announced a 47 Watt mobile 5th generation Intel Core series processors. The Intel Core i7 5950HQ is a 4-core 8-thread processor clocked at 2.8GHz and houses the Intel Iris Pro 6200 integrated graphics.
The prices for the desktop processors start from $244 to $366 (approx Rs 15,700 to Rs 23,400) and they will be seen in the market within the next two months.