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Intel to use Core M brand for 4.5W Broadwell CPUs

Posted on Friday, August 29 2014 @ 11:12:05 CEST by


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FUD Zilla writes Intel will roll out a new Core M brand to market its 4.5W TDP Broadwell processors. These low-power chips will show up in detachable and convertible systems towards the end of this year.
The Y-processor line will end up with the new Intel Core M processor brand and it will aim for high performance detachable and convertible systems that will show up in the latter part of Q4 2014.

Broadwell with 4.5W TDP and Core M branding will end up only in these fancy detachable notebooks and might be one of the most powerful and fastest tablet/detachable platforms around. It will also ‘speak’ Windows 8.1 at launch and we should see some Google Chrome OS products in early 2015.




 



 

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