Intel® Core™ M Processor Versus Intel Core i5-4302Y Processor
2 in 1 Performance Compared to Previous Generation
Intel® Core™ M-5Y70 processor compared to Intel Core i5-4302Y processor
An Intel® Core™ M processor in your 2 in 1 means you get the best of both worlds—a razor-thin laptop and an ultra-fast tablet in one super-mobile device. Go from games to presentations quickly with a device you can take anywhere and everywhere. The Intel Core M processor delivers a transformative experience for working and playing on the go. That’s serious processing. Only with Intel Inside®.
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- Beauty and performance in one
- Amazing media and graphics experience
- Blazing-fast performance on the go
- Outstanding battery life
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Product and Performance Information
Estimated based on SYSmark* 2014, a system-level performance benchmark that measures and compares PC performance using real world applications. Find out more at www.bapco.com.
Measured using CyberLink MediaEspresso 7* HD Video Conversion—to convert a 6-minute, ~1 GB, 1920x1080p, 23738 kbps, MOV video file that one would have obtained from a smartphone. The file is transcoded to a smaller 1920x1080, 8 Mbps, H.264, .m2ts file for reduced file size during Internet transfers or for viewing on a portable device.
Measured using 3DMark* Ice Storm 1.2 Unlimited—a 3D graphics benchmark that measures 3D gaming performance. Find out more at www.futuremark.com.
Measured using Microsoft PowerPoint* to PDF Conversion—to convert a 3.56 MB 200-slide Microsoft PowerPoint .pptx presentation to a 3.91 MB PDF file.
Measured using ArcSoft ShowBiz* Video Editing—to edit six 1920x1080 .mp4 files ranging in size from 38.1 to 58.8 MB taken on a point-and-shoot camera. Transition effects, text overlays, and a 2-minute 3-second, 160 kbps, .mp3 file are applied to the video project. The output video file is a 2-minute 19-second, 1920x1080, 268 MB, ~16 Mbps, H.264, .mp4 video file.
Measured using Adobe Photoshop CC* 2014 Photo Editing—to edit a 19.70 MB, 36.3 megapixel, JPG photo taken on a DSLR camera. The "Colored Pencil" artistic filter is applied, and the effect’s width and brightness are adjusted and previewed.
Measured using Full HD Local Video Playback Battery Rundown—measured using Tears of Steel 1080p 3 Mbps H.264 video. Configuration: In the device settings, in airplane mode with wireless on. Disable Intel® Display Power Saving Technology (Intel® DPST), set up the system to 200 nits screen brightness using a full screen white background, and re-enable Intel DPST. Turn OFF the adaptive brightness setting under Power Options in Control Panel. Set "Dim the display" to never on both battery and AC. Set "Put the computer to sleep" to never on both battery and AC. Wait 15 minutes after boot. Launch the default video player (Windows* 8.1 Style UI video player for win), start the workload video in a loop, and disconnect the AC plug to start the test. Measure the time until battery is exhausted.
Estimated based on MobileMark* 2012 Office Productivity—a performance-qualified battery life application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of modern users.
Benchmark results were obtained prior to implementation of recent software patches and firmware updates intended to address exploits referred to as "Spectre" and "Meltdown". Implementation of these updates may make these results inapplicable to your device or system.
Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel® microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark* and MobileMark*, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations, and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products. For more complete information visit http://www.intel.com/benchmarks.