According to a online inventory a CPU is formed on Intel’s stirring 10nm Cannon Lake design and is versed with two-cores as good as four-threads. It seems a online tradesman also lists a laptop chip will run during a bottom 2.2GHz and adult to 3.1GHz with Turbo Boost.
JD also lists a laptop will sell for 3,299 Chinese yen, that translates to about $450 (about £330, AU$600). Although it seems like this Lenovo IdeaPad 330 will be a bill complement it apparently facilities DDR4 RAM, so maybe Cannon Lake will finally leave a aging DDR3 category of RAM behind.
There’s no discuss of a recover date on a site, though a fact that tradesman inventory for a Cannon Lake-powered laptop lends faith to their contingent release. However, this is China after all, and retailers there are scandalous for formulating fakes or embellishing their wares, so we’re still going to take this news with a pellet of salt.
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