Intel aims next-gen 14nm 'Broadwell' technology at fanless tablets, Ultrabooks

Intel's 14nm 'Broadwell' process technology will power the Core M for laptops and tablets and the next-generation Core desktop chips.

  • Intel formally unveiled its 14nm manufacturing technology, a capability the company believes will usher in a new generation of fanless Ultrabooks and tablets.

  • A comparison of what the 22nm and 14nm technologies look like when viewed with an electron microscope.

  • A list of improvements Intel made to its Broadwell processors.

  • Intel will save money by moving to a finer 14nm process, too.

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