Today at the Consumer Electronics Show, Intel has unveiled their full “Broadwell” processor line.
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The following table show’s Intel’s high-level specs on the various flavors of the new Core M processor family.
Gamers will enjoy the new advancements in the Intel Core i7 line of processors. But it is really the advances in the Core M processor that I’m most interested in.
The new Core M Broadwell CPU, with it’s smaller 14nm manufacturing process and power savings, are rumored to be found at the center of the much rumored MacBook Air refresh.
If you aren’t into rumors, you need to check out the details that Intel has up on their website so you can start plotting about what new upgrades you are going to buy this year.
Intel CES 2015 keynote highligts page has the details you are looking for.