Intel Core M
A chip for the ultra-thin future
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The portability of tablets is hard to beat, but when it comes to running power-hungry software, they fall short of bulkier laptops. Intel’s Core M processor, the first to include ultrasmall 14-nanometer transistors (the previous generation’s were 22nm), cuts power consumption by 60 percent and size by half.