Chip maker Intel has hinted that it is working to enhance the graphic and display performance support of its next-gen chips, perhaps the Ivy Bridge. The desktops, laptops and tablets that mount Intel’s new generation microprocessors will have screens with Retina-style clarity and perfection. Intel executive Kirk Skauge has disclosed the info while speaking at the Intel Developers Forum in China. The new Intel chips will offer 70 percent better display clarity than the current Sandy Bridge chips, he said.
High resolution screens will be the notable feature of the upcoming desktops and laptops. We have already seen Retina Display and similar display technologies in iPhone and other devices including tablets from Acer, Asus, Lenovo and others. Well, in future these companies can also roll out Intel-based desktops, all-in-one PCs and laptops with the Retina-style displays.
According to Skauge, for better display and graphical performance, Intel chips will extent support for three new screens such as DirectX 11, OpenCL 1.1 and OpenGL 3.1. The company is to enable its new chips to support high resolution displays. If OEMs choose to deliver high clarity displays, it is time for them to start designing their new products.
In future, thanks to Intel’s proposed project, we will have 10-inch tablets with amazing 2560 x 1440 pixel screens, 11-inch Ultrabooks with 2560 x 1440 pixel screens, 13-inch Ultrabooks with 2800 x 1800 pixel screens, 15-inch laptops with 3840 x 2160 pixel screen and all-in-one PCs with 3840 x 2160 pixel screens. In short, enhanced screen resolution plus increased graphical performance will enrich our experience with desktops and laptops.