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Intel reveals specifications of six Apollo Lake SoCs

Posted on Thursday, September 01 2016 @ 16:31:57 CEST by


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Without a big announcement, Intel started shipping its new "Apollo Lake" Atom SoCs. The lineup consists of three desktop parts (J3355, J3455 and J4205) with a 10W TDP, and three mobile variants (N3450, N3350, N4200) with a 6W TDP. The full specifications can be found via Intel's Ark.

There are four quad-cores and two dual-core models. The two models starting with a 4 belong to the Pentium series while the other parts are classified as Celeron processors. New compared with the previous "Braswell" generation is the support for LPDDR4 and the updated integrated graphics. Pricing varies from $107 to $161.

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