Intel’s new socketed Broadwell processors are here, combined with a 128MB L4 cache. Intel’s Crystal Well technology shines — Chipzilla has authoritatively taken the lead on integrated graphics performance, though you’ll pay a pretty penny for the privilege.
Intel has quietly launched its 14nm successor to Bay Trail. The new SoCs offer improved power consumption and should boost graphics performance significantly over last-gen hardware.
Intel’s second-generation Core M is scheduled for the latter half of 2015. Skylake, Broadwell’s successor, will launch across both desktops and mobile in that timeframe.