The Sydney Morning Herald
January 6, 2011
US chip giant Intel has introduced a speedy new generation of chips that thwart film piracy and enable quick handling of data-rich video and games.
The second-generation Intel Core processors, referred to as “Sandy Bridge”, have been built into computers big and small, many of which will be displayed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
“This is the best product we’ve ever built,” said Intel chief executive Paul Otellini. “We’ve shifted to processor-based graphics.”
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