The latest gen new tablets and 2-in-1 hybrids will be powered up by the Pentium N4200 is now here being the leaked name for the first ApolloLake and we have finally got some specification details from our source and we want you to check them out as well.
Talking spec-wise the new SoCs will be clocked at 1.10Ghz featuring four cores though we don’t have any such information about the boost clockes but we are waiting for you guys to have a look and as of now we can say that these new generation SoCs are going to wash out the CherryTrail and Braswell family which one can find in tablets and 2-in-1 hybrid machines and will be manufactured on the 14nm process featuring Goldmont CPU cores competing head to head with the cores namely the Airmont by Intel in the CherryTrail chipsets where the expected performance boost would be around 30 percent and battery life will be improved by 15 percent and talking more about power consumption there are two variants where the dual-cores will consume max 6W going up to 10W with the quad-cores and also these chips will be permanently integrated on the boards in BGA packaging concluding to low costs but according to their performance they are no way up to 14nm SkyLakes .
These tablets with a decent price tags will come with a speed bump because of the Goldmont architecture going to speeds up to 2.7Ghz having great efficiency which will be evident in future we believe.
Some more specs are laid out here before your eyes,so check them out:
More crazy feature it features that’ll be interesting is that the support for 4K playback seamlessly and the ThunderBolt 3 ports and they will come more specifically to these machines:
- AIO PCs.
- NUC form factor computers.
- 2-in1 hybrids.
So what are your thoughts on the ApolloLake?Feel free comment and let us know.