Things are finally heating up for Intel’s cool-running processor, with Apple utilizing a 1.1 and 1.3GHz dual-core versions in its latest, and first fanless, MacBook. Intel first announced its Core M CPU at Computex Taipei in June, providing few details but touting the platform’s ability to power a new generation of fanless tablets and 2-in-1 laptops. Manufacturers such as Lenovo and Dell have announced products based on Core M.However, do you know there are several models about Core M CPU?
Let me show you the details.
All of the chips have a default TDP (not SDP, mind you) of 4.5W, Core M 5Y10 and 5Y10a both share a base CPU clock speed of just 800MH and a GPU base clock speed of just 100MHz. The 5Y70′s base CPU clock is just a little higher, at 1.1GHz. The top-end 5Y71′s CPU can go up to 2.9GHz, and GPU can go up to 900MHz.
Now, two powerful tablets are on sale on TD, there are CUBE i7 and TECLAST X1 Pro 4G.
CUBE i7 powered by 5Y10c, with an 11.6 AUO screen, 1920*1080, 4GB RAM + 128GB SSD ROM, support FDD-LTE network. Learn More >>
TECLAST X1 Pro 4G also is powered by 5Y10c, with a 12.2 inch Ultra Retina screen, 2560*1600, 4GB RAM + 128GB SSD ROM, support FDD-LTE network. Learn More >>