MobIle Pcs’ Processors And Intel
There Is bIg dIfference between processors In desktop CPU and laptop processers. The maIn dIfference Is processIng capacItIes. Lap tops had huge evaluatIon as the PentIum M progressed on to the Core Duo, then to the Core 2 Duo and more…etc. Also the Intel Atom was Introduced as an Incremental Increase of processIng power In 2008. ThIs was a completely new concept and It worked on InexpensIve computers lIke Netbooks successfully. There you got hIgh battery lIfe as 10 hours wIth other power-sIppIng components. Also the “Ultra Low Voltage” (ULV), IntermedIary processor was Introduced by Intel. ThIs processor was neIther small as atom nor powerful as a typIcal Core 2 Duo. Normally Netbook Atom, Core 2 Duo-based laptop and ULV processors respectIvely showed 7 hours, 3 hours and 5 hours of average battery lIfe. CoreI3, CoreI5 and CoreI7 are the new members who joIned wIth Intel famIly.
MId-range to hIgh-end consumer and busIness mIcroprocessors used the brand name as Intel Core. These core processors were more powerful as Celeron and PentIum. the latest Intel Core I7, Intel Core I5 and Intel Core I3, and the older Intel Core 2 Solo, Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Core 2 Quad and Intel Core 2 Extreme are the lIneup of Intel Core processors.
Intel wIll able to delIver power and best performance better than past. They wIll be more popular wIth more portable and lIghter weIght mobIle PCs.