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 Intel to Showcase Broadwell Hybrid At Computex
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Message Text: Intel's first 2-in-1 laptop/tablet device powered by the new, energy-efficient Broadwell chip is expected to debut this week at the Computex trade show.

Broadwell promises better performance and lower power consumption for tablets and laptops.

Intel's 'Llama Mountain' prototype 2-in-1 device is thin and it is based on a fifth-generation Core processor.

Intel has said Broadwell chips will be 30 percent more power-efficient and faster than their Haswell counterparts, and also boast better graphics. Broadwell chips will also reach the desktop, with variants to support DDR4 memory and new graphics cores.

Intel has delayed the release of Broadwell due to manufacturing problems. Their delay is also expected to affect the release of the company's successor PC chips like Skylake, which is due for release next year.

Broadwell-based tablets and laptops will eventually hit the market by the end of this year.


 
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