Intel N2910, N2810, and N2805 leaked
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While many of us are eagerly awaiting the release of Intel's new processors and the slew of new and updated gadgets that will make use of them, Intel seems to have inadvertently published some information early.
Three new processors showed up on the company's price list this week: the N2805, the N2810, and the N2910, all priced at US$132. What initially drew attention is that these new chips follow Intel's Atom naming system while being listed among the company's Celeron line. Details are fairly limited at this point, but we know the N2805 is a dual-core 1.46 GHz with 1MB cache, the N2810 is a dual-core 2 GHz with 1MB cache, and the N2910 is a quad-core 1.6 GHz with 2MB cache.
All three chips are ultra-low voltage processors based on a 22 nm design, which is something we're not expecting to see on Atom processors before the Bay Trail line is released in Q4 of this year.
Intel hasn't made an official announcement and the new processors have since been removed from their price list. We can hope to learn more next week when the next generation of Intel powered products start being shown off, most notably at Computex in Taipei this June 4th to 8th.