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Intel unveils first 14nm processor for thin computers

Tuesday 12 August 2014 | 09:46 CET | News
Intel has unveiled its latest generation of processors, aimed at increasingly thin notebooks and tablets. Its first product to be made with 14nm manufacturing, the Intel Core M processor is expected to be in devices available for the year-end holidays already, with broad availability with multiple manufacturers slated for the first half of 2015. Intel said the chip enables computing devices less than 9mm thick without fans for the first time. The smaller package and lower power usage of the new SoC will also support longer battery life. Intel said the chip can be used for a wide range of

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