Thursday, January 19, 2012

Intel powered smart phones and tablets!



Intel has some 32nm mobile chips coming to the smartphone market soon. This new chips are extremely fast and consume little power. These chips are designed to compete with high end TI, Nvidia, and Qualcomm. This should spawn some awesome applications that can harness the power of this new chip and hopefully someone will finally create a somewhat decent video editing app for android!

32 comments:

  1. Interesting. Much as I dislike Intel in my PC builds (always been an AMD guy) this looks pretty nice. Cant wait to see what they can do. Also see the prices.

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  2. Should be interesting to see what they do with it.

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  3. cool! hopefully they are efficient, considering battery life could become a bigger issue.

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  4. I don't like smartphones (mine isn't smart, but not dumb either), but helps to see where they're heading.

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  5. as soon as you buy the newest whatever it is, you know it'll be out of date immediately.

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  6. That's awesome! Can't wait till it comes out.

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  7. Aww yeah, competition in the processing market, always welcome.

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  8. I've got a raging hard-on for the Nvidia Tegra3 SoC's.

    Intel's offering sucks, I'm sad. My i5-2500K is a beast and I love it.

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  9. I hope this improves the field, Nvidia has been killing people with the Arm procs. It hard to be fast and low power.

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  10. Que boa novidade!
    adorei saber.
    beijos

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  11. This sounds awesome, def. looking forward to it.

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  12. I'm ready for Ivy Bridge desktop CPU's already! Following for interest :D

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  13. I'd plunk a pretty penny or two on something that included a chip like that.

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  14. i hope they dont end up as a trainwreck, the idea of it its pretty awesome

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  15. Sounds cool. I hope smartphones will get even more powerful than they are now.

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  16. still waiting for my hoover board app.

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  17. My favorite chips are Ruffles, followed by Pringles, but these are a strong number 3.

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  18. Looking forward to this, hopefully they'll at least be able to compete.

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  19. Phones just keep getting more and more powerful these days.

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  20. The death of the iPhone draws near

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