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Intel Launches 'Gemini Lake' Pentium Silver and Celeron CPUs

12 Décembre 2017

It struck at the heart of some of the biggest complaints about Intel's chips, especially on mobile, like battery life and always-on connectivity.

The Pentium Silver J5005 is a quad-core (four-thread) CPU with a clock speed of up to 2.8GHz, with Intel UHD Graphics 605 (integrated graphics) with a graphics clock speed of 800MHz.

A few months ago Intel introduced Pentium Gold, which was based on the company's last generation Kaby Lake offerings. This new Pentium Silver and Celeron chips, in comparison, will focus on delivering "connectivity at unbelievable value".

Pentium Silver  Celeron desktop specs
The three desktop models

That connectivity comes via the use of 2×2 802.11ac Wi-Fi with 160 MHz channels, which Intel claims is the first time Gigabit Wi-Fi is being made available only any PC platform. Somewhat related to downloading content fast, Intel is introducing a new display technology that will let you enjoy that content under any lighting condition. The feature, called Local Adaptive Contrast Enhancement (LACE), helps people clearly see the screen outdoors in glare and bright light. Pretty much like the Snapdragon 845. One is for mobile, while the other is for desktop. Low-power desktop versions, of course.

Today, Intel announced some new processors from its Pentium Silver and Celeron ranges, which are built on the company's Gemini Lake architecture.

"With Intel Pentium Silver and Intel Celeron processors, Intel has worked hard to ensure buyers have the flexibility to choose from a range of designs - laptops, 2 in 1s, all-in-one PCs, mini PCs and desktops - and price points, providing a value-priced PC that handles the things they do most at home, at school or on the go", Intel says of the new chips.

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Intel Launches 'Gemini Lake' Pentium Silver and Celeron CPUs