Asus announced its J3455M-E motherboard, which is its first to feature an Apollo Lake SoC. Apollo Lake is the successor to Intel’s Cherry Trail and Braswell SoCs.
Intel slipped the low-power Apollo Lake SoCs out to market without an official press release. The taciturn launch features the latest 6W and 10W Atom-based Pentium and Celeron processors that address the low end of the market.
This week, at IDF Shenzhen, Intel has formally introduced its Apollo Lake platform for the next generation of Atom-based notebook SoCs. The platform will feature a new x86 microarchitecture as well as a new-generation graphics core ...
At IDF Shenzen, Intel made a flurry of announcements, including the news that its new Braswell SoCs are now shipping. The four Braswell chips include a new Pentium chip (quad core) and three Celerons (one quad core, two dual core).
Intel has quietly launched its 14nm successor to Bay Trail. The new SoCs offer improved power consumption and should boost graphics performance significantly over last-gen hardware.