Claims its processors deliver internet-server like speed for gaming and social media applications
Intel has introduced Core i7 Mobile Processor and Core i7 Mobile Processor Extreme Edition for mobile markets, which are based on its Nehalem microarchitecture. Formerly codenamed ‘Clarksfield’, the new mobile processors include two-channel DDR3 1333 MHz memory support and full 1 x16 or 2 x8 PCI Express 2.0 graphics.
The company claimed that the mobile processors offer Turbo Boost Technology, which can accelerate the processor clock speed up to 75% to match workloads on threaded applications with Intel Hyper-Threading Technology.
Laptops with Core i7 mobile processor Extreme Edition support Extreme Memory Profiles (Intel XMP) and Extreme Tuning Utility. In addition, the Intel PM55 Express Chipset enables workstation and gaming laptops to support features such as Intel Matrix Storage Technology, Intel High-Definition Audio, and increased I/O interfaces.
Dadi Perlmutter, executive vice president and general manager of Intel Architecture Group, said: With intelligent features like Intel Turbo Boost Technology, Intel Hyper-Threading Technology and a host of others, Intel has revolutionised the laptop PC processor, delivering performance when you need it, energy efficiency when you don’t.
“For the first time, mobile users can choose a laptop that delivers internet-server like speed, right in their laps for the most demanding tasks, from intense gaming to digital video editing and social media applications.
The company said 1ku pricing for the Intel Core i7-920XM, Intel Core i7-820QM and Intel Core i7-720QM mobile processors is $1,054, $546 and $364, respectively.