Intel Corporation has announced the introduction of new fourth generation processors which are intended for Ultrabooks devices. Intel East Africa engineer Chris Mwangi said the processors will raise user experience by providing consumers with devices with increased battery life.
"Today, consumers keep checking the charge on their PCs or tablets and always looking for a power source so that their devices don't go off," Mwangi said.
According to Intel, the next line of devices using fourth generation processors will have enhanced graphics and a battery life of up to nine hours under normal usage.
"Consumers will notice that the new devices coming into the shops will look and behave very differently from the familiar PC we're used to," he said.