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Intel to introduce new Core i-series ‘Broadwell-U’ processors at CES 2015

Intel Corp. has already started to ship its Core M microprocessors based on the Broadwell micro-architecture for ultra-low-power notebooks, 2-in-1s and tablets. According to a new media report, the company will introduce its Core i3/i5-i7 central processing units made using 14nm process technology for mainstream mobile PCs at the Consumer Electronics Show in early 2015.

Chinese VR-Zone reports that the world’s largest chipmaker will roll-out 17 new central processing units powered by the Broadwell-U core in January. The list of chips will include various models that will be sold under Core i3/i5-i7, Pentium and Celeron brands. It is logical to assume that PC makers will demonstrate their laptops based on the new microprocessors from Intel at the CES 2015 as well.
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As reported, Broadwell-U (BDW-U) microprocessors feature two cores with HT, new-generation Intel graphics cores, 2MB, 3MB or 4MB of cache, dual-channel DDR3 DRAM controller as well as integrated core-logic. It is noteworthy that thermal design power of all Broadwell-U processors will be just 15W, which will allow makers of notebooks to offer very energy-efficient laptops even based on Celeron or Pentium processors.

Intel did not comment on the news-story.

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KitGuru Says: While the Broadwell processors have been delayed a number of times, it looks like they will still be successful on the market thanks to ultra-low power consumption, a result of very efficient micro-architecture and 14nm process technology.

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