SemiAccurate hasn’t done an update on Intel’s consumer offerings in a while so lets rectify that. We will look at what Intel has to offer over the next few years and what that means.
What is a little more interesting than the high level code names is what Intel is doing in the volume markets, and it looks like there are some changes afoot. None of this is exactly new but when you look at the ‘why’ side of things, some patterns emerge. Or at least they did to us. On with the show.
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