Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Intel Changed the Name of Its Dinkiest Processor and It Will Definitely Confuse You http://tinyurl.com/jku4s8u

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/><p class="first-text">Buying a laptop with Intel
on the inside often boils down to two choices. Do
you go with the potent Core i processor like the
i5 or i7, or do you save some money (and battery
life) and grab the super low powered Core M
processor usually reserved for tiny tablets? Core
i and Core M, despite both coming from Intel, are
very different families of processors and provide
very different services to a computer user. So
it’s kind of bullshit that Intel, with <a
href="http://gizmodo.com/intels-new-kaby-lake-processors-what-you-need-to-know-1785889498">the
release of Kaby Lake</a>
<inset id="1785889498" />, has quietly changed
the name of two Core M processors (the m5 and m7)
and is now calling them i5 and i7 processors.<br
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