Intel’s entry-level Braswell CPU to boost cheap laptops and desktops

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Intel's entry-level Braswell CPU to boost cheap laptops and desktops
Intel has introduced seven new processors that will make their way into affordable laptops and desktops.

The new chips, from the Braswell family, are manufactured using a 14nm technology and will take

over Bay Trail parts in the long term.

Interestingly, all the announced Celeron parts cost the same except the N3150 (the top range model) and come with four cores clocked at 1.6GHz with 2MB of cache.

Braswell (for desktops) and Cherry Trail (for tablets) are both part of Airmont, which is a die-shrink of the current Silvermont architecture.

Still too expensive

The popular Geekbench 3 application suite shows that the N3150 scored 843 and 2689 respectively on its single-core and multi-core benchmarks, both very decent numbers. The newcomers are likely to find their way into Intel’s next generation NUCs (Next Unit of Computing), in addition to entry-level desktops and laptops.

Braswell was announced last year in China as…

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