Intel is launching a new high-end computer that can crunch graphics on top of its own chip, but that’s only half the story.
The company’s new “Celeron” chip, which is made by Samsung, has a lot of computing power, but it also has a big downside.
The Celeron has to be super-efficient for it to be useful in today’s market, where performance is often more important than power.
But the company’s latest high-performance chips are more than double the power consumption of a typical laptop.
It also uses significantly more power than the average laptop, which can use up to 400W of power.
Intel is using a different chip design for its next-generation high-powered computers.
That chip will run at up to a staggering 800MHz, and the company says it’s a “gigabit” chip that has a 20-fold increase in processing power.
That’s a lot more than the iPad’s CPU.
The Intel Celerons will run on a variety of CPUs, and you can expect them to be even more powerful than the iPads.
That includes the Xeon E3-1200 v3, which has 8 cores and 16 threads, and is about 30 percent faster than the current generation.
The new chip will also run on chips from AMD, and Intel says that all its chips will be 64-bit, which means it can run on CPUs from any of the major chips vendors.
Intel says the new chips will use the same design as the iPad, but Intel has taken a different approach to making its chips faster than Apple’s.