Intel’s claim is bigger than most people think, because it really should come with ramifications if it’s not true. Intel’s word is that their new Haswell chip that succeeds the current Ivy Bridge will boost the battery life of laptops by a full 50 percent, no holds barred. Intel’s Architecture Group VP Rani Borkar is on the record for making said statement, and goes on further to state that the battery life increase will have no affect on performance, either.
Of course, real-world testing will be validates the impending fact, but if it is true, then laptops will finally all have the battery life they’ve needed.
Via: Computer World