Intel Processors From Speed to Efficiency

The new Haswell processors are reported to be 50% more efficient than the Ivy Bridge processors. Which means your device will operate much longer with a Haswell chip in it. Intel is dominating the market and competitors such as AMD and NVidia have no chance to compete, based on physical specifications.

“AMD literally can’t afford the R&D it would take to catch up.”

Apple upgrades planned with the Haswell, which will be very nice as we have all been waiting for something from them. The Windows 8.1 update with the new Haswell processors could provide very many added benefits for those new Windows Ultrabooks.

Cool video, looking forward to the next Ultrabook already.

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