Today Intel announced three new multicore Bay Trail SoCs based on the ”Silvermont” microarchitecture for tablets, 2 in 1 devices, all-in-ones, laptops and desktops. The Z3000 processors will be offered in either dual or quad-core and will deliver up to double the CPU and up to triple the GPU performance. You can expect to get about 10 hours of active battery life and three weeks of standby.
The Z3770 is a quad-core offering that can be clocked up to 2.4GHz for screen resolutions of 2,560 x 1,600. The Z3000 series will be available on Android and Windows tablets.
In addition, Intel will offer the Bay Trail-M and Bay Trail-D processors that are geared towards notebooks and desktops. Full presser after the break.