New Delhi: American computer chip-making giant Intel Corporation has launched Haswell processors loaded with a host of several advanced features in India. Haswell processors are all set to enter the market by mid-2013.

Haswell is the fourth generation in Intel’s series of core processors and has been numbered at 16 for the first phase of release. It includes 6 standard-powered and 8 low-powered Stock Keeping Units.

This processor will require a new LGA-1150 Socket and Z87, H87 or Q87 chipsets. Intel claimed that its new range of processors with high battery back-up will address some of the prominent problems.

The Haswell processor was presented for the first time in Taiwan on June 4. With its launch in India, tech-savvy users can look forwards to have an altogether easier life with their PCs.

The latest offshoot from Intel’s stable also promises to deliver 8 to 9 hours of battery life on laptops. One of the key features of the Haswell processor is that it will be packed with a highly advanced Graphic Processing Unit, which according to Intel, will virtually water down the need to have a dedicated GPU.

Game-freaks can have fun bringing cashing onto this particular feature and it will also enable videos to render fast apart from supporting multi-tasking and offering fast booting.


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