Intel spills more beans on Apollo Lake mobile microprocessor

Daniel Robinson
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Apollo Lake to be released in the second half of 2016
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Apollo Lake to be released in the second half of 2016

Successor to Bay Trail promises more performance and better battery life for tablets

Intel has revealed details about Apollo Lake, the successor to its Bay Trail Atom microprocessors used in tablets, thin-clients and entry-level PCs and laptops. The new platform is slated for launc...

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