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Intel: Many PC makers plan to skip desktop Broadwell PCs and wait for Skylake CPUs

Mark Hachman | Jan. 6, 2015
The more powerful the PC, the less important Intel's Broadwell chip appears to be.

Also on the agenda: wireless charging

Intel's chief executive Brian Krzanich is scheduled to speak Monday night at a keynote address at CES. Intel executives said the topics of his speech will be wearables, the user experience, and wireless charging. Without confirming specific names, Skaugen said that new wireless charging partners would be named, with 20-watt adapters--enough to recharge a Core M-powered tablet--going into production in the first quarter for between $150 to $200 apiece. Intel is part of the A4WP (Alliance for Wireless Power) consortium.

 

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