Intel’s Fifth Generation Processor Is Soon To Be Followed with a Better Update

Intel’s Fifth Generation Processor Is Soon To Be Followed with a Better Update

Intel is known for its regular and frequent update of processors. It follows a tick tock model of upgrades and it is because of this reason that it is the number 1 company in the market. The processors are designed in such a way so that they represent a change in manufacturing, while at the same time making it efficient and smaller. In addition to that, another aim is to improve the level of performance. Unfortunately, the last update from Intel turned out to be slightly different.

Systems equipped with fifth generation processors are making their way into the market and these processors are known as Broadwell. These processors measure about 14 nanometers and are more efficient than the previous chips. These chips are also helping manufacturers to make their computers thinner and have better battery life. These processors are good because it is the chip with the longest battery life. However, there are some flaws in the chip. Unless, you need a laptop urgently, you should wait for some time.

This is because Intel is bringing another new processor this summer.
However, if you want to take advantage of the efficiency of the fifth generation core processor, you can try out models like the Toshiba Portege Z30-BSMBN22. This 13 inch laptop offers a jaw dropping battery life of more than 17 hours. The performance of this laptop was also excellent and weighs just about 2.6 pounds. It is also moderately priced at about $900. It is up to you to take a proper decision.


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