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First Intel Braswell low-power processors

At the end of March, we have a lot of information on new processors. Here’s another one we found on Liliputing. Intel is expanding its line of low-power processors for tablets, notebooks, and energy efficient laptops with the introduction of the first chips based on its “Braswell”

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Huawei introduces Kirin 930 octa-core 64-bit CPU

Huawei has been developing its own chips for mobile devices including smartphones and tablets for a few years. The company’s latest is a 64-bit, 8-core chip called the Kirin 930. It could be used in upcoming smartphones and tablets such as the Huawei P8 and Huawei

MediaTek introduces Helio X and Helio P chips

Chinese chip maker MediaTek has been gaining some serious traction in the smartphone and tablet space over the past few years. MediaTek offers a few higher-performance 64-bit, octa-core processors. Now MediaTek has unveiled two new series (Helio) of chips designed for reasonably high performance mobile

Snapdragon 815 – Quad Cortex-A72 and Quad Cortex-A53

The latest information we already know that the upcoming Snapdragon 815 will be colder than the Snapdragon 810, and now we find out whose it merit. Internet leaked new information. According to information provided by the service gizmochina who is not used link to the

Xiaomi release Mi TV 2

Xiaomi’s latest Mi TV isn’t a next generation model as we had expected but a low-cost 40inch flat screen retailing for just 1999 Yuan! Xiaomi’s Android TV’s have been a drool worthy piece of kit ever since the launched, and with low pricing they have

Powerful Minibeam projectors from LG

Small projectors that let you beam content from a laptop, phone, or other device can come in handy if you don’t have space for a full TV. But most small projectors I’ve seen lately have relatively dim bulbs and support relatively low display resolutions. And then

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Intel Introduces Atom x3, x5 and x7 Low Power Processors

Intel has been using Core i3, i5, and i7 models for its desktop processor for a few years in order to help consumers chose between entry-level, mid-range, and high-performance processor, although you may also want to look at the launch date as some Core i7