Sandy Bridge Processors Promise New Era of Mobile Computing

Tuesday Sep 14th 2010 by Staff

New notebook processors from Intel promise better 3D rendering, HD video output and multimedia experiences.

PCWorld: At its 2010 Developer Conference, Intel unveiled its new lineup of processors for notebook computers, codenamed "Sandy Bridge." The processors features a new "ring" architecture which offers better graphics performance, as well as increased energy efficiency and a smaller form factor. According to the company, "Intel's new processor graphics delivers enhanced visual features focused on the areas where most users are computing today: HD video, 3-D, mainstream gaming, multi-tasking and online socializing and multimedia."

Products featuring the new chips could hit the market early next year.

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