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Intel shows efficient Broadwell chip and gesture interface
By Willem de Moor , Friday, September 13, 2013 00:01, replies: 13 , views: 8,053 • Feedback
At IDF, Intel has a short demonstration of its next generation processors given. The new Broadwell chips were compared with the current-generation Haswell, the new 14nm chips were significantly more economical.
During the short demonstration was a Haswell system alongside a Broadwell system established. Broadwell is the next generation of Intel processors, the so-called tick in Intel’s Tick-Tock model. The Broadwell generation will therefore be rather Haswells produced on 22nm 14nm, which according to Intel will bring considerable energy savings. To show the record of the Broadwell-demonstrator brought on par with that of the neighboring drawn Haswell system. Energiemetingen Haswell vs Broadwell
From energy measurements revealed during the Cinebench benchmark-deprived. Broadwell the processor about 4.88 W The Haswell processor contrast required for the same performance 6.8 W. This would Broadwell, in a performance-per-watt comparison, about 28 percent more efficient than Haswell. That would make Broadwell suitable for thinner, lighter, more economical and faster ultrabooks, 2-in-1 design and tablets. The latter two would also function. Without active cooling The 14nm Broadwell processors have come on the market in the course of 2014.
Broadwell laptops and all-in-ones would be equipped. With a 3D camera Last year during IDF Intel introduced the Creative Senz3D, a Kinect-like module that could be. Just like a webcam on top of a screen locked Which is now available, but the next generation Broadwell laptops and PhD students to get 3D technology built-in. The module is then also made smaller and is now as small printed circuit board which fits into the bezel of a display, is shown. With the 3D sensor, the user can, for example by means of gestures. In other ways with a computerViewing:-165
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