Intel has unveiled a few new processors this week, these processors were added to the range of Broadwell and Skylake. Its been expected that Intel will present them over the next year’s CES technology which is going to take place in first week of January. Many small and big companies are eagerly awaiting for this event to represent their products in front of the audience.
The new processor range includes 2 desktop and 6 mobile processors which are specifically designed to power laptops and lower power hardware devices. It can be concluded that Intel will try to give the touch of its latest 6th generation “Skylake” architecture to these processors.
Besides they are also a few processors which appends into the list of 5th generation “Broadwell” family too. Here’s What Intel has to say upon this.
– The Intel Celeron 3855U is a 1.6 GHz dual-core Broaswell processor and the Celeron 3955U is a 2 GHz dual-core option.
– Intel’s Core i3-6098P and Core i5-6402P chips are new Skylake desktop-class processors.
– The 2.2 GHz Core i5-5200DU and 2.4 GHz Core i7-5500DU chips are Broadwell-based dual-core desktop processors which seem at first glance to be similar to the existing Core i5-5200U and Core i7-5500U.
– And the 2.3 GHz Core i5-6198DU and 2.5 GHz Core i7-6498DU are Skylake chips seem to be variants of the existing Core i5-6200U and Core i7-6500U. They’re even the same price as those chips. It’s not clear at this point what difference there is between a “U” chip and a “DU” model.
You can expect more details to arrive at the CES 2016 event, So stay tuned and share the article.