Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) may be a multibillion-dollar company but that hasn’t stopped this 13-year-old boy from partnering with the giant on his low-cost braille printer. This is Shubham Banerjee and in an interview with Corey John for Bloomberg West, he detailed how a science project cobbled together from an idea and some Lego pieces have […]
Men Micro Inc. has released the F23P SBC, based on the 4th generation Intel Core processors. The new CPU board offers higher computing and strongly improved graphics with the same low power consumption as 3rd generation Intel processors.
It's got a 2Ghz Intel Core i7-4510U processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB hard drive.
Despite being an integral part of Intel's product stack, reviews of the lower power models are few and far between. For those of us that have no interest in overclocking, the lower power parts offer similar stock performance to the big boys but at 65W and 35W. Today we are testing three chips available from Newegg at $135, $200 and $300.
Based on the latest Intel® Core™ i7 platform, the F23P offers a higher computing performance and a strongly improved graphics performance while having a similarly low power consumption as third generation processors.
Finally confirming something that many had suspected.
Could this be yet another use case for Intel's Silvermont core?
Announced today, the HP EliteBook Folio 1020 Series will update the EliteBook Folio line inside and out, with upgraded specs and a new, more premium magnesium-lithium alloy and carbon fiber build. The 12.5? EliteBook Folio 1020’s main new feature is a processor upgrade to the new, smaller, and more power efficient Intel Core M processor. Show More Summary
Last week we ran our review of the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro, a 13-inch laptop that weighs a scant 2.6 pounds and measures just half an inch thick. It was impressive, to be sure, but it won't be the last: Thanks to Intel's new Core M chips, we're about to se...
Intel has made another acquisition to beef up its enterprise security business in a push to build more services and hardware to expand beyond its core chip business. It has acquired PasswordBox, makers of digital identity management software. Terms of the deal are not being disclosed — specifically, “Terms of the transaction were not disclosed and are not material to… Read More
When Intel gave us a the real deep-dive look at their new 14nm Broadwell Core M series processor, back in August, we left hopeful of great things coming to ultra-light notebooks and premium 2-in-1 tablet devices. Intel's low power 14nm Tri-Gate architecture coupled with an enhanced integrated graphics core, offered the promise of "fanless"...
Dell has re-introduced the Venue 11 Pro 7000 tablet but this time with a new processor that offers a more mainstream performance but with the lower power level required of a tablet. Intel has just released the Core M processor, part of its Broadwell series of processors generally used for laptops and laptop/tablet hybrids. Show More Summary
Moving up the Xeon product stack, the larger and more complicated the die, the lower the yield. Intel sells its 14-18 core Xeons from a top end design that weighs in at over six billion transistors, and we have had two of the 14C models in for review: the E5-2695 V3 (2.3 GHz, 3.3 GHz turbo) and E5-2697 V3 (2.6 GHz, 3.6 GHz turbo).
Intel has announced its upcoming Knights Hill Many Integrated Core product is coming on 10nm technology. The third-generation Xeon Phi should further expand the capabilities of the family with 50 or more cores and over 16GB of on-card memory.
PC players gearing up for the launch of Far Cry 4 in a few weeks will need an Intel Core i5-750 (2.6 GHz) or AMD Phenom II X4 955 (3.2 GHz) processor and 4 GB of memory. The game also required 30 GB of hard drive space and a video card at least as...
This article, aimed at developers, will provide a glimpse into this 64-bit, multi-core SOC processor, and gives an overview of the available Intel® technologies, including Intel® HD Graphics 5300.
As part of our Haswell-EP coverage, the next two processors on our test beds are both 12 core variants. The E5-2650L V3 is a surprising monster, giving 12 Haswell cores at 1.8 GHz with 2.5 GHz turbo for only 65W, while the E5-2690 V3 extends the power budget to 135W for all 12 cores at a 2.6 GHz base frequency.
The Intel Core M processor rollout has begun with much less fanfare than the Haswell rollout—the generation-over-generation improvements in efficiency and performance just aren’t as drastic this time around, as Intel still needs to figure out the 14 nm die shrink. Show More Summary
Dell has a new tablet coming out this month using Intel's new Broadwell-based processor. The Venue 11 Pro can be used like a laptop, like Microsoft's Surface Pro, thanks to a…
Planning to buy Dragon Age: Inquisition for the PC (Origin only, No Steam =()? Check out the game’s system requirements below: Minimum: OS: Windows 7 or 8.1, 64-bit Processor (AMD): Quad core @ 2.5 GHz Processor (Intel): Quad core @ 2.0 GHz Memory: 4 GB Graphics Card (AMD): Radeon HD 4870 Graphics Card (NVIDIA): GeForce […]