Intel's 3 Series chipset had its coming out this week during Intel's Executive Vice President Sean Maloney's opening keynote address at Computex. And given all the media-rich interfaces and content, it's about time.
Everybody in the tech press is talking about how great this chipset is for gamers. But what does this mean for business IT?
According to Tech Monsters & Critics, "the new chips will enable a number of innovative features such as greater PC performance, clearer definition video and storage technologies that help better protect valuable data."
Here's a rundown of the highlights, as reported by Wired:
Here's a cool side note: The chip series will supports Intel's new generation of processors, code named Penryn, which Wired reports will be made using a 45-nanometer process.