For example, many £1,000 performance laptops are equipped with an Intel Core i7 CPU. You might think it’s reasonable to assume, then, that this high-end CPU would have similar performance to a Core i7 CPU that’s found in a desktop PC? Those in the know will probably know the answer but it came as quite a shock when I told my friend his £1,000 laptop wouldn’t just be a bit slower, but would actually be inferior in many tests to a £90 Core i3 desktop CPU.
“Intel launches Haswell processors: here’s what you need to know
Longer battery life and enhanced graphics for your next Windows 8 portable”
How about those who do not give a **** about LAPTOPS? i`m sick about hearing this marketing bull**** about the bettery life of the Haswell mobile processors but NOTHING about the DESKTOP version ! There are more people buying the DESKTOP version than those who get the Haswell laptops, any useful info for them?