Back in late 2014, I remember Brett reviewing the HP Stream 11-inch laptop for $200. At the time, it was a great little machine, offering all you need to do basic work flow and get online with a dual-core Atom and a low resolution display. Fast forward to 2019, and I picked up a 1080p IPS 13-inch clamshell laptop, with Win 10 Home and storage expansion, for just $100. On paper, this thing is epic for the price. But is it actually worth it?
Intel Readies New NUCs Based on Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake SoCs
As one might expect, Intel is working on a new generation of its NUC small-form-factor systems based on the company’s upcoming Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake microprocessors. The writers...39 by Anton Shilov on 7/15/2016
More Atom: Apollo Lake On Display
Further to our recent post about spotting Denverton silicon on display at Computex this year, we also caught an Apollo Lake mini-PC motherboard doing the rounds at the ECS...17 by Ian Cutress on 7/15/2016
Intel Unveils New Low-Cost PC Platform: Apollo Lake with 14nm Goldmont Cores
This week, at IDF Shenzhen, Intel has formally introduced its Apollo Lake platform for the next generation of Atom-based notebook SoCs. The platform will feature a new x86 microarchitecture...96 by Anton Shilov on 4/15/2016