Intel’s 14nm tablet processors are leaner, meaner and finally here

Intel demos

Intel isn’t just coming to CES with fifth-generation Core processors for traditional PCs — it has big news for the tablet crowd, too. The company is now delivering its first 14-nanometer Atom system on a chip, previously nicknamed Cherry Trail. The new processor should be both faster and offer more battery life than the Bay Trail-based Atoms you see today, thanks in part to both the more efficient manufacturing process and a big leap forward in graphics. Cherry Trail is using the same basic video architecture as Intel’s other new CPUs (Bay Trail relied on 2012-era tech), so you’ll have a better chance of playing 3D games and high-resolution videos on your tablet without hiccups.

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By | 2015-01-05T16:00:03+00:00 January 5th, 2015|Android Related|0 Comments

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