What’s very interesting is that the processor launch aligns with the release of a new version of Windows, which is something that doesn’t happen very often. The company also said that it has worked closely with Microsoft to optimize the Skylake processors to work with Windows 10. The Skylake line will introduce 48 different processors to the market, including an unlocked CPU for gaming laptops. According to the company, the new 14nm architecture chips can achieved up to 2.5 times productivity performance, and 3 times longer battery life on mobile devices, and 3D graphics will be 30 times better than a five year-old laptop.

Five 4.5W Intel Core Y-series processors for small-screen 2 in 1 detachables and 2 in 1 convertibles. Ten 15W and four 28W Intel Core U-series processors for 2 in 1 convertibles and ultra-thin clamshells. Six 45W Intel Core H-series processors for thin clamshells and large-screen notebooks. One 45W Intel Core H-series unlocked mobile K SKU for enthusiast notebooks. Two 45W Intel Xeon processors for mobile workstations. Ten 65W and eight 35W Intel Core S-series processors for gaming towers, stationary All-in-Ones, and mini PCs. Two 91W desktop Intel Core S-series processors for overclockers and gaming enthusiasts

In addition, Intel is also planning to refresh its Computer Stick HDMI PC dongle with the new processors, more specifically with the Intel Core M processor — more details will be revealed on a later date. Source Intel via Windows Central | Image Source @martyn_williams All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.