Intel have just released another wave of processors for both their mobile and desktop lines, padding out the i3/i5/i7 series with more processors featuring the HD4000+ integrated graphics.
The Celeron and Pentium lines also got a few more processors, and all of the lines are getting mobile CPUs with the -U and -Y suffix, showing off impressively low thermal design power(TDP)...
Intell Haswell i7 Processor
Of note in the release is that, as of Haswell, all Core i3 processors now support AES instructions, and use the HD 4000+ series of onboard graphics. Combined with that, the i3-43XX series is using a 4MB L3 cache, along with HD 4600 graphics.
On the mobile side, the -U and -Y lines were fleshed out; both sets feature the System on a Chip architecture, with 2 cores - Hyperthreading is also enabled for the Core iX series.
The -U CPUs feature the HD 4400 graphics, which runs at 1100MHz, and range from the 1.4GHz Celeron 2955U all the way up to the Core i7-4600U, running at 2.1GHZ with 3.3GHZ Turbo. All of the -U line runs at just 15W TDP, making them very light for mobile devices.
Not as light as the -Y range however, which runs at a paltry 11.5W. To compensate, the onboard graphics is only an 850MHz HD 4200, with processor speeds ranging from the Pentium 3560Y at 1.2GHz, to the Core i7-4610Y at 1.7GHz (2.9GHz Turbo).
Preliminary pricing puts the -U and -Y lines at a fairly expensive price point, with the cheapest offering (the Celeron 2955U) going for $132; the Core i5-4300Y is priced at $304, a hefty sum. Here's the full list of the released processors:
Xeon E3-1220L v3
Phew, there we go. What do you make of these, any take your fancy?