IDF 2011: Notebook based on Intel Haswell will be able to work day without recharging

September 14, 2011 08:02 AM by Terry Schroder | Computers

As expected, the IDF opened in 2011, Intel has officially announced more details about its future microprocessor architecture Haswell, Which is expected to debut in 2013. Recall Haswell chips would replace models Ivy Bridge and he will also be created by rules of 22 nm technology based on transistors with gate three-dimensional structure, but will have several advantages over its predecessors.
IDF 2011: Notebook based on Intel Haswell will be able to work day without recharging

One of these advantages, as stated, will be improved energy efficiency processors Haswell, and their power consumption will be 30 percent lower compared with counterparts from the line of Sandy Bridge. In addition, future chips will reduce power consumption of the platform while waiting for more than 20 times compared to existing designs without sacrificing performance.
IDF 2011: Notebook based on Intel Haswell will be able to work day without recharging

Thus, we can assume that mobile computers based on Intel Haswell will be able to work without recharging for days, while in standby mode when a network connection during this period will exceed 10 days. Among other things, Haswell processors will certainly be realized, and some improvements in terms of performance, details of which, obviously, will be known later.
IDF 2011: Notebook based on Intel Haswell will be able to work day without recharging

For clarity, the company has even demonstrated a system capable of running on solar batteries, so it requires little energy. However, as it turned out later - this system does not take this platform Intel Haswell, although many journalists had become confused and not quite correct to publish the data.
IDF 2011: Notebook based on Intel Haswell will be able to work day without recharging

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