Microsoft Demonstrated Quad Core Processor Designed for Windows 8

Recently Microsoft demonstrated quad-core processor at the conference TechEd 2011, held in New Zealand. The quad-core processor designed for the operating system Windows 8. Prototype of quad-core processor will run at «ARM» or on the chip «x86». Technical Architect Microsoft Enterprise, Patrick Hevesi hase already confirmed that the line of quad-core  Windows  arrive  later  this  year.   Devices   can  boast with   some  pretty  impressive  specifications  which  typically   associated  with chips «ARM», such as eight hours without a battery, a 10-inch «HD» display and playback of content with a resolution of «1080p».