Intel’s Core M Processors Promise Even Thinner Devices For the Future

Intel has just unveiled its latest processors meant for the future generation of 2-in-1 devices – its Core M processors. The processor is built using the company’s new 14nm process and will replace the outgoing 5th generation Core processors. According to Intel, the new processors will allow for even thinner form factor devices and will provide consumers with 20-40% improvement and performance but…

Intel has just unveiled its latest processors meant for the future generation of 2-in-1 devices – its Core M processors.

The processor is built using the company’s new 14nm process and will replace the outgoing 4th generation Core processors. According to Intel, the new processors will allow for even thinner form factor devices and will provide consumers with 20-40% improvement in performance but consumes 10-45% less power than current chips in the market.

The processors will also produce less heat (around 60% cooler that current chips) despite the use of less fans. Moreover, its reduced size means it will take up around 50% less space inside devices whether it’s a tablet, laptop or a hybrid.

The practical use of the new Core M processor was showcased at Computex through a prototype device called “Llama Mountain”. The laptop-tablet hybrid measures 7.2mm thin (thinner than the iPad Air) and weighs just 1.47 pounds.

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