Intel CEO Brian Krzanich stated in a new interview its delayed Broadwell processors will be inside new PCs in time for the 2014 holiday shopping season but will likely miss the back-to-school period.
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Intel has launched two new chipsets for desktop and notebook PCs, along with faster versions of their Haswell processors, but there's no new info on its next generation Broadwell chips
Intel announced today that production of its 14nm processor, code named Broadwell, has been delayed from a late 2013 launch to the first quarter of 2014 due to a "defect density issue."
A new report claims that Intel won't be bringing its upcoming Broadwell CPU design to the desktop and instead will offer a refresh of Haswell to desktops in 2014 before debuting Skylake in 2015.
Intel's keynote address at its annual IDF conference showed off a tiny new processor, Quark, made for wearable computers, along with a notebook that uses the 14nm-based "Broadwell" design.
Rumours are circulating that Intel is seriously considering a shift away from the LGA socket, introduced with the Pentium 4 Prescott CPU, in favour of a BGA, System on Chip solution.