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CES 2015: Intel unveils new Broadwell-based processors
Press release; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 6 January 2015]

Intel has unveiled the fifth-generation Intel Core processor family built on Intel's 14nm manufacturing process during CES 2015. The CPUs provides the foundation for interactive experiences with Intel RealSense technology, Intel Wireless Display (Intel WiDi) and voice assistants.

With the Broadwell microarchitecture, the new Intel Core processors are purpose-built for the next generation of compute devices offering a thin, light and efficient experience across traditional notebooks, 2-in-1s, ultrabook devices, Chromebooks, all-in-one (AIO) desktops and mini PCs, Intel said.

Intel also started shipping its next generation 14nm processor for tablets, codenamed Cherry Trail. The new system on a chip will offer new user experiences such as Intel RealSense technology and Intel Context Aware technology capabilities. New products based on Cherry Trail will be introduced starting in the first half of 2015.

Intel 14nm Broadwell-based Core processor

Intel 14nm Broadwell-based Core processor
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