New Intel Slides Reveal Product Roadmap up-to 2018

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Next week you will see a bunch of reviews on the Coffee lake generation of processors, alongside it the motherboards. in a newly leaked product launch schedule you can see what is coming now and up-to the next half year.

It starts with the 4 and 6-core Coffee lake gen of course with the Z370 chipset. The slides, who have been leaked by website gamersnexus, then reveal H370 Express, B360 Express, and the H310 Express. H370 might be interesting for us consumer pricing wise, it lakcs extreme tweaking options and SLI certification, but would be priced much better. Intel would launch corporate-ready Q370 and Q360 chipsets with enterprise-client features such as vPro, sometime in Q2-2018. Interesting is a mention of two-core procs as well.

Indicated is that in early-November 2017  Intel they could push Pentium and Celeron low-power SoCs based on the "Gemini Lake" platform, consisting of quad-core and dual-core processors, these would have a sub 10W TDP, listed units are Pentium J500S, Celeron J410S, and Celeron J400S. 

Surfacing in the slides is also 240 GB and 480 GB sized Optane units. We're really not sure if that is a cache unit or a regular SSD based on Xpoint (we doubt it) after the failed introduction of Optane. 

Check the slides below:

New Intel Slides Reveal Product Roadmap up-to 2018

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