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Broadwell and Core M mobile chips
Intel's next-gen Broadwell chips may be suffering delays, but the company expects its powerful, yet power-sipping processors to start appearing in laptops and tablets by the end of the y. I, and it manages to be slimmer than the iPad Air while still feeling faster than a full-fledged PC.
We snagged an exclusive first look at the Broadwell tablet. Intel also announced a new line of mobile Core M processors, which mashes up the PC-focused Core architecture with tablet-ready energy efficiency.
In Pictures: Meet the future of computing - 10 killer hardware advancements from Computex 2014