DigiTimes reports Intel will add a bunch of new processors to its Haswell lineup on September 1; it includes 13 desktop processors and 24 notebook models. On top of that, the company will also release four new parts based on the Ivy Bridge architecture, and towards the end of September we can also expect the Bay Trail-T platform for tablets and Avoton for energy efficient servers.
For desktops, the company will unveil 13 processors including the high-end Core i7-4771, mid-range i5-4440 and i3-4340 and entry-level Pentium G3430, while for notebooks, the CPU giant will release 24 models including Core i7-4610Y, i5-4300Y, Pentium 3560Y and Celeron 2955U, according to sources from the upstream supply chain.
For its notebook processor lineup, Intel has separated its processors into several categories including the M-series for the mainstream segment, H-series for the high performance segment, Y- and U-series for the low-power-consumption segment.
In addition to Haswell-based processors, Intel will release four Ivy Bridge-based processors including the Core i5-3340, the sources said.