Entry level chips
Since Chipzilla wants to kill off its Celeron and Pentium brands for entry-level notebook CPUs by the end of year, observers have been waiting to see what Intel will release under its new 'Intel Processor' branding.
Pentium, Celeron, and non-K Core i5 and Core i3
As expected, Intel has expanded its Coffee Lake lineup with new SKUs and some retailers/e-tailers have already started selling some of those chips, including non-K Core i3 and Core i5 SKUs, as well as budget-oriented Pentium and Celeron SKUs.
Celeron, Pentium, Core i3, and Core i5 SKUs
As Intel is expected to reveal the rest of its Coffee Lake-S lineup sometime next month, it comes as no surprise that some of those SKUs have already leaked online.
Gemini Lake architecture
Intel has released the successors to its low-power Pentium 'Silver' and Celeron lines which are based on the Gemini Lake architecture.
Seven new SoCs
Intel has refreshed its new Braswell lineup with seven more SoCs
Packing Intel Braswell Celeron N3000
Announced by Asus during Computex 2015 show in June, it appears that a fanless VivoMini UN45, based on Intel's Braswell Celeron N3000, is now official and should be available soon.
Pentium, Core M, Core i3, i5 and i7 too
It looks like Intel will be ready with Celeron and Pentium versions of Skylake before the end of the year.
Skylake Core M gets chromed
Intel is pushing Broadwell-U based notebooks in Q1 2015, and we have seen that there will be a Broadwell-based Chromebook platform in all market segments.
Mobile and desktop 14nm
The unlocked Pentium G3258