Intel’s Haswell platform has certainly created its fair share of news ripples in the past, and most recently at the end of last month, we brought you word that the Intel Haswell prototype comes with an automated screen size switch in tablet mode that ought to make life a whole lot easier for you tablet toting folks out there. Well, this time around, we have the fourth generation Intel core running in NEC’s LaVie L notebook, which so happens to be the company’s first Haswell-powered notebook to boot.
This is definitely miles ahead of Intel’s press event which is set to happen later this June, and will prove to be a teaser for those who love being on the cutting edge of technology and do not mind taking the risks of being an early adopter. The NEC LaVie L is said to be accompanied by a 15.6” touchscreen display, carry 8GB RAM, has 802.11.ac Wi-Fi connectivity, sports a BDXL drive and a hybrid SSD. Too bad there is no word on pricing or availability, but we do hope to see more details arrive at Computex that is happening in early June.
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