Laptops and Tablets with the new Intel processors will be able to work at a resolution of 3840 × 2160, not even slowing in top-level games like Battlefield 3 and BioShock Infinite. At the very least, with this kind of performance, Intel promises for system-on-chip fourth-generation Core (Haswell) with the new graphics subsystem Iris Graphics and built-in memory eDRAM.
Iris Graphics provides about twice better performance in 3D-graphics than the HD 4000 graphics processors built into the chip of the present generation Core (Ivy Bridge).
Besides basic model HD Graphics 5000, Iris Graphics technology will be available in two versions: Iris Graphics 5100 (processor Core i7-4000U in Ultrabooks) and Iris Pro Graphics 5200 processor with H-and R-series, which are designed for high-performance notebook and desktop computers . For processors R-Series 3D-graphics, performance will grow three times as compared to the current HD 4000.
Haswell will Officially present the 22-nanometer chips on June 3 at the exhibition Computex .