Along with the new 13th gen Intel Core mobile processors, Intel today announced the new Intel Processor and Intel Core i3 in the N-series with improved performance targeting entry level PCs.
These new N-series processors come with new Efficient-cores (microarchitecture code-named Gracemont) built on the Intel 7 process technology for up to 28% improved application performance and 64% better graphics performance when compared to the previous generation.
The new Intel Core i3 N-series can offer up to an additional 42% application performance and 56% graphics performance over the Intel Processor. Also, Intel claims that devices based on these new processors can offer up to 10-hour HD video playback on single charge.
Other improvements in the new N-series Intel Processor and Intel Core i3:
- New AV1 decode, high-resolution display engine and improved IPU and MIPI camera support.
- Extended connectivity with ultra-fast Intel Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) and Bluetooth 5.2.
- Flexible memory (LPDDR5, DDR5/DDR4) and storage (UFS/SSD/eMMC) options.
Intel claims that more than 50 devices from Acer, Dell, HP, Lenovo and Asus are expected in 2023 based on these new processors.