Intel’s Devil’s Canyon might have been in the limelight earlier this week, however, there are still desirable dose of the new Core M 14nm Broadwell processor running an ultra-thin 7.2mm fanless 2-in-1 tablet.
In comparison with the recently stunning Surface Pro 3, which is solid in its skinny body construction that weighs just 800g, it still uses fan and drives a Core i3/i5/i7 processor range while this Broadwell fanless tablet just 670g. Imagine the next generation Surface Pro to feature this type of processor.
Intel’s fanless 2-in-1 tablet design is said to have a removable keyboard and media dock to interface other peripheral effectively. These accessories seemed to be like heat absorber to dissipate it across which will further improve performance —-maybe aimed for gaming.
There’s a rumor that there supposed to be a Surface Pro mini that will go with the Surface Pro 3 but apparently believed to be yanked to give way for a newer OS with Windows 8.1 and possibly to house this new Intel’s Core M processor. In that way, it will be a bit competitive in its crowded line.
The Broadwell processors are expected to hit the shelves and run this hybrid tablets by late next year.