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What Intel's new sixth-gen 'Skylake' chips mean for PC users

Bill Snyder | Jan. 14, 2016
New Windows laptops with sixth-generation Intel processors offer significant advantages over older systems, including better battery life, but most of them don't come cheap.

Intel also offers another processor lineup, called "Core M." The chips are not as powerful as the standardCore i3, i5 or i7 offerings, but they provide terrific battery life and are so small that they're used in some of the thinnest and lightest PCs on the market, according to Brookwood.

 

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