Intel Launches Its Fourth-Generation Intel Core Processor, Offering ‘All-Day Battery Life’

Posted on Jan 8 2013 - 3:06am by Editorial Staff
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Intel at CES 2013 today has launched its latest Intel Core processor, formerly known as Haswell, the latest to welcome from Intel’s family offering an all-day battery life to the latest ultrabooks, equating around 9 hours of continuous battery life on new systems. The new chipset is designed for a new Ultrabook detachable reference design codenamed as North Cape which will convert into a 10mm tablet running up to 13 hours the time when it is docked.

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