Some of the biggest brands in the world are hoping to
tap the mobile entertainment market by designing
technology to meet the growing demand.
Some of the biggest brands in the world are hoping to tap
the mobile entertainment market by designing technology
to meet the growing demand.
Seeking Alpha reports that Intel recently created a new
chip called the Ivy Bridge, which many say will be used
heavily in mobile gaming. The source reports that the
specifications of the new device include a new design and
an efficient power model that could help extend battery
life for users. There are also some new
components that will draw attention.
"Techies will talk about its 22 nanometer, tri-gate
design, how it demonstrates the value of Intel owning its
own fabrication plants or 'fabs,'" he
writes. "But the real headlines here are power
consumption - real low - and graphics processing"
As new mobile technology, such as tablets, become more
popular, the types of chips will need to be more
versatile than before. Other major tech firms are hoping
to get in on the expanding market. Advanced Micro Devices
recently launched its own line of new chips aimed at
people using noteboook computers.