Intel HD Graphics Boosts Performance on Your Notebook PC
Discrete Graphics a thing of the Past?
What solution do you use for customers looking for powerful graphics in a notebook? Do you search for a notebook with discrete graphics with an ATI or Nvidia GPU and dedicated RAM? It used to be that this was in fact the best and only solution available for customers looking for graphics performance in a mobile product. Enter the Intel HD 4000 Series GPU
Stunning graphics from the start—no extra hardware needed
Intel HD Graphics frees you from design and performance challenges by providing these advanced features:
- Shared last-level cache between the processor and graphics enables accelerated graphics processing.
- Intel 22nm process technology delivers higher performance and better energy efficiency.
- Faster 3D rendering and more complex shading create more responsive and realistic 3D games and graphics.
- Intel HD Graphics 4000 delivers immersive mainstream and casual gaming capabilities.
- Intel HD Graphics 2500 delivers casual gaming capabilities
This level of capability is really marking the beginning of the end of discrete graphics in mainstream notebooks, while specialized units may continue to exist for CAD applications; everyone else will be able to take advantage of the performance gains with the on die GPU.
The Nexlink 4200CR features the Intel HD4000 and also incorporates USB 3.0 for fast external data transfers.
Ed Stone has worked at Seneca since 2003, during most of this time he was a member of the Channel Sales team. In 2011 he transitioned to the Marketing Department to grow cooperative marketing with Seneca’s vendors. With more than 20 years of experience in the Channel as a VAR and Distribution Salesperson, he has a varied technical background with robust product knowledge.