The Computer chip maker Intel has revealed some more information, related to its Core M chip. It will be the first chip which will use its Broadwell micro-architecture and made using its 14 nm manufacturing process. It is more than that the chip will find itself inside upcoming Windows 8.1 tablets.
The hardware giant has stated that –
[quote]”The combination of the new micro-architecture and manufacturing process will usher in a wave of innovation in new form factors, experiences and systems that are thinner and run silent and cool.”[/quote]
There is might be a possibility that the upcoming Intel Core M processors chipset is supposed to be twice as fast for regular computing tasks compared to earlier Intel chips, and they will also offer the speeds of up to seven times older chips when it comes to handling graphics. This new chip of the Intel will come with many features- the battery life for tablets and other products (smartphones and Smart wearable gadgets) would be extended to twice their current amount, and the sizes of the batteries would be half in the present size. This first Broadwell-based devices were supposed to be out by now, but the tech giant Intel has ran into production issues, which could delayed their launch more than six months.
But according to some internal news, that the first device which runs on this Intel Core M chip will be launched at the end of the this year 2014 or come out in the first quarter of the next year 2015.