It is expected to be available on both enthusiast and entry systems
The IDF took place in Shenzhen today and Intel made a brief announcement regarding its 14nm successor to its budget 22nm Bay Trail processors. This has been dubbed as the Braswell which is going to be the SoC architecture and is there to aim at the Chrome OS and Android devices which fall under the affordable category. Apart from this, it is also going to complement Broadwell which was announced last year in Septmber and it falls under the higher end category. However, no details have been provided as yet as to whether this will be available for these two 14nm, 64-bit lines.
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We had also heard that the production had been halted for the Broadwell and we might see some delays. But the shipment seems to be scheduled for the second quarter of this year. If you are hoping for the fanless Core i7 systems then the wait for these might be longer than we are expecting.