Intel’s new display technology boosts Windows 10 laptop battery life
LCD displays from most PCs can trigger increased battery consumption, and this obviously leads to shorter battery life and angry reactions only. But now, it seems that Intel comes with a solution that the tech giant presented at Computex in Taipei. The company developed a brand new technology that is set to reduce the power consumption of LCD displays that are packed in most computers.
Intel is working on improving the battery life
The display is the part that consumes the most battery life. Now, it looks like Intel figured out a way to prevent this and make computers more power efficient. This would lead to enhanced battery life and, of course, happy reactions from the users’ part.
Meet the new Intel Low Power Display Technology
The brand new Intel Low Power Display Technology can be mixed with the one wall panel that’s built by Sharp and Innolux to obtain an LCD power consumption 50% lower.
Intel plans to deliver more four to eight hours of local video playback on PCs that will get the fantastic opportunity to be powered by this innovative technology.
There won’t be a difference in brightness or resolution
Intel also made sure to announce that users will not be able to see any difference in the display’s brightness or resolution. The tech giant also flaunted a demonstration of a time-lapse video featuring such a display that was implemented into a Dell XPS laptop. The system was able to last for 25 whole hours while continuously playing video.
We don’t have any details regarding the availability of this mind-blowing technology, but we sure hope that this will happen rather sooner than later and out future Windows 10 laptops would finally be able to enjoy a more extended battery life.
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