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Intel unveils quad-core Atom processor with LTE, 4K support

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Jun 2013 21:34 User comments (2)

Intel unveils quad-core Atom processor with LTE, 4K support During the ongoing Computex 2013 show, Intel unveiled their latest generation Atom chipset.
The processor is quad-core, based on the Trail-T SoC, with built-in 4G LTE and 4K support. The chips are designed for Windows 8 and Android tablets.

Just like the new Haswell processors, the Atoms are built on a 22nm process.

Intel is planning octo-core SoCs later this year. The company says the quad-core CPUs deliver twice the performance of current generation chips, when in a single-threaded situation.

Finally, the company promises over "8 hours of battery life on a 30Wh battery while playing a 1080p@30 fps video."

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2 user comments

18.6.2013 13:40

cool stuff!

29.6.2013 21:46

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Finally, the company promises over "8 hours of battery life on a 30Wh battery while playing a 1080p@30 fps video."
Finally, it can play 1080p video.

Its a lot easier being righteous than right.


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