Berlin – At IFA 2014, Intel Corp. has released their latest generation of fan less, low energy powered Core M processors. The Intel Core M processor package is 50 percent smaller and, at 4.5 watts, has 60 percent lower thermal power than the previous generation.

The Core M processor will power the number of new devices from Intel’s OEM partner that are scheduled to release later this Holiday 2014 season. Intel has basically designed Core M processors for ultrathin and ultra slim devices such as tablets, 2-in-1 devices, convertibles, and ultrabooks.

At the launch event, Intel announces that HP, Dell, Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba will launch new lineup of products featuring the later Core M processor at the heart of their latest products.

“We’ve been on a multi-year mission to address end-user requirements and transform mobile computing,” said Kirk Skaugen, senior vice president and general manager of personal computing at Intel Corporation. “The introduction of Core M marks a significant milestone in that journey. Core M is the first of a new product family designed to deliver the promise of one of the world’s thinnest laptops and highest performance tablets in a single 2 in 1 device.”

The Intel Core M processor enables up to 50 percent faster compute performance and 40 percent faster graphics performance versus the comparable, previous 4th generation Intel Core processor

The Intel Core M processor is available in several versions: the up to 2.0 GHz Intel Core M-5Y10/5Y10a processors and the up to 2.6 GHz Intel Core M-5Y70 processor. The Core M-5Y70 is the highest performing Intel Core M processor and is also available with Intel vPro technology for business 2-in-1s with built-in security features to help protect data, user identities and network access.

Additional Intel Core M platform features include support for high-quality audio, Intel Wireless Display 5.0, Intel’s second-generation 802.11ac products and will evolve to support wireless docking with WiGig from Intel.

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