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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Ideal for entry-level laptops and mini PCs
If it ain't broke, bring it back?
Admits defeat on its ultra-low-power efforts.
£379 without keyboard.
Continues with the metallic theme.
No sign of Bronze or Platinum, though.
Appears to cede the market to ARM.
Denies Pentium discontinuation, too.
Doesn't even let Joule reach its first birthday.
Drops ECC support, though.
Intel taking the fight to Atmel.
Glues tiny RFID tags to their backs.
Core, Pentium, and Celeron parts detailed.
Numerous improvements, still Quark-based.
Free boards for Windows developers.
The mobile story isn't so good, sadly.
Many-core 14nm CPUs for future boxes.
Intel has unveiled an Arduino-compatible embedded system board that uses an x86 processor and runs Linux.
Fills in the top and bottom nicely.
Compares favourably to equivalent Intel chips.
Intel has demonstrated a Near Voltage Threshold (NVT) processor at the ISSCC event, along with a new floating-point design.
Has AMD's tinkering allowed it to catch up some ground with Intel?
Can four cores running at a mighty 3.1GHz make up for a lack of L3 cache in this budget chip?
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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