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In august of this year, intel announced the fifth generation of processors Core i codename "Broadwell". The line of manufacture will be 14mm and will be used mostly in ultrabooks and tablets. about the performance, the engineers of intel said that it will be around 30 to 50 percent better in graphics than the fourth generation codename Haswell. The new video controller will support OpenGL 4.3, Directx 11.2 and Ultra high definition 4k (Ultra HD 4k), besides it will save around 25 percent of battery use. as it is expected, we'll probably see the new generation in action on notebooks, ultrabooks and similar just in 2015, since the computer enterprises take a little time to set their configuration and start the mounting line process.
Sounds good. Improvements in video and battery are important. I beg it will be much more expensive than the usual notebooks, at least in the first months of releasing.