Intel to release Skylake M chips this year

Intel to release Skylake M chips this year

Despite releasing Broadwell and the Broadwell-based Core M processors a few months ago this year Intel will treat its fans with another new and exciting product – the Core M Skylake processors. The information has been confirmed by Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich too so everything is official.

According to Mr. Krzanich Skylake M will be released in H2 2015. The chips in this line will be used in ultra thin tablets, notebooks with passive cooling and various hybrid devices and will provide high performance, coupled with very low power consumption. Skylake M will also support Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Linux and Android and will offer second generation Intel RealSense 3D technology, which uses a depth sensor to create 3D scans of objects and other things.

Intel will release more information on Skylake M during Computex 2015, which will take place in Taiwan in June 2015.

Source: Computer World

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