Intel launched new hybrid processors codenamed, Lakefield for PCs with foldable and dual-screen devices. The Lakefield processors will be built for intense workloads and foreground apps at the same time balancing power and performance optimisation for background tasks. It will be compatible with 32- and 64-bit Windows apps. Intel claimed that the new chipsets will deliver as low as 2.5mW of standby SoC power – an up to 91% reduction compared to Y-series processors.

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