Intel has launched the third generation of Core processors. Designed and manufactured with 22 nanometer technology in 3-D, which allows greater speed and lower power consumption. The “batch” of processors Ivy Bridge first came onto the market consists of 14 processors.
In detail, the processor will:
In addition of course to the new chipset is available from 8 April. For the Core i5 and Core i3 new low-end but had to wait until late spring, according to a report from Intel.
Despite the fact that the technology allows better performance at 22 nm (approximately 20%) with lower consumption (always ca 20%.), Section that will provide greater benefits in terms of performance is embedded in the graphics processor, the HD 2500 and HD 4000 series. HD 4000 series powerful enough to handle 4K resolution hungry games and graphics with detail that can be accepted.
MacBook Pro to medium-high, although there will always be those who still want more power from your notebook in terms of graphics. The ability to exploit the integrated graphics, however, will marry well with the notion that Apple, according to many, will be stroked, namely that of the MacBook Pro is thinner and Air-like.
If then we combine the fact that the new 7 Series chipset Intel (Panther Point) integrated USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt, waiting for the feeling that Apple will do to update the MacBook Pro is not growing, though of course never be sure when it comes to what’s going on in Cupertino.