Intel's Cannon ball dropping in the Lake before the end of the year

Subject: General Tech | January 5, 2017 - 01:37 PM |
Tagged: Intel, cannon lake

Intel will be waiting for the water to warm up a bit before jumping in but they have promised that Cannon Lake will arrive before the end of 2017.  Unfortunately, The Inquirer were not able to pull out much more from Brian Krzanich, we still do not have a firm date nor any more details on the specifications.  Intel is showing off a device using the 10nm based CPU and tout a 25% reduction in power usage and will use a Qualcomm Adreno 540 GPU.  It is also compatible with Qualcomm's octa-core Kryo 280 CPU and Hexagon 682 DSP so we should see some interesting products come with the release of the new processor.

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"At CES in Las Vegas, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich confirmed that the Kaby Lake successor was still on track for a release this year and showed off the first 2-in-1 PC based on the 10nm architecture. "

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January 5, 2017 | 01:50 PM - Posted by remc86007

Nice headline Jeremy.

January 5, 2017 | 02:15 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

"...will use a Qualcomm Adreno 540 GPU. It is also compatible with Qualcomm's octa-core Kryo 280 CPU and Hexagon 682 DSP..."
Do not drink and ... write, please.

January 5, 2017 | 08:11 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

"Intel is showing off a device using the 10nm based CPU and tout a 25% reduction in power usage and will use a Qualcomm Adreno 540 GPU. It is also compatible with Qualcomm's octa-core Kryo 280 CPU and Hexagon 682 DSP so we should see some interesting products come with the release of the new processor."

People are starting to post this over on WCCFTech's/others website, and getting the same WTF replies on the other sites! It's a good thing the people that are taking this as fact are not refrencing the source at PCPer but FFS Do not drink and ... write, please!!!!

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