Intel announces 7th gen Core processors ‘for immersive Internet’
Intel’s definition of the immersive internet relates to the creation and consumption of content, communication and interaction. The company has unveiled its 7th generation Intel Core processors, built on its 14nm process technology (14nm+) to deliver up to 4K UHD content can be 12 per cent faster productivity and up to 19 per cent faster web performance, compared with the previous generation.
In computers, the processors can deliver ultra HD 4K entertainment, with access to premium 4K UHD content streaming from studios and providers. like Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and providers like Fandango. This is just the beginning as we see 4K UHD content go mainstream over time. We’re excited about some additional content announcements in the next few months, so stay tuned.
4K UHD content can be being shared on sites like YouTube and watch for longer on 7th Gen Intel Core-based systems, says the company, but also create, edit and share 4K UHD and 360-degree clips up to 15 times faster than on a five-year-old PC.
For gaming, there is a three fold improvement in graphics compared to a five-year-old PC. With Thunderbolt 3 support coming to more devices, gamers can use a single cord to plug in an external graphics dock and 4K UHD monitors.
The company expect over 100 two-in-ones and laptops powered by 7th Gen processors to be available from September.