Intel quietly releases “Apollo Lake,” new low-cost chips for cheap PCs
EnlargeIntelFurther ReadingIntel unveils Kaby Lake, its first post-“tick-tock” CPU architecture reader comments 9 Share this story Intel put most of its marketing and PR muscle for IFA this year behind Kaby Lake, the tweaked 4K-friendly version of its flagship Skylake architecture. But you'll only see those chips if you're buying midrange and high-end...
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