Intel has released its new seventh-generation Apollo Lake CPUs.
Quietly announced after the launch of its flagship Kaby Lake CPUs, Apollo Lake is based on Intel’s Goldmont architecture and is designed for budget devices.
Apollo Lake is made up of six processors, three J series for desktops and three N-series for laptops.
These processors are designed to consume less power and run at lower speeds, but the chips’ thermal design power (TDP) is manufactured to perform much better than its competition.
As a result of the CPUs’ more economical design, they will consume less power and perform at the lowest speeds. These processors are based on Intel’s Goldmount architecture.
With Apollo Lake, Intel is showing that it isn’t just concerned with high-end computing. With a growing market for cheaper and cheaper low-end devices, the company is looking to ensure that there is an Intel chip for all budgets.
For full specs of the six Apollo Lake chips see table below: