At Computex 2016, Intel has announced that the company’s 7th Generation core processors will be available by the end of this year. The company’s upcoming series, which is being called “Kaby Lake” will enter production by the ned of this quarter. Additionally, Intel also announced that the company’s upcoming entry-level Apollo Lake processors will also enter production alongside the new Kaby Lake processors. For those who don’t know, the upcoming Kaby Lake processors are expected to improve performance in 3D graphics and add native USB 3.1 support. Additionally, the processors will also improve 4K video playback performance.
Intel’s Kaby Lake processors will be first seen in Asus’ upcoming devices from the Transformer series, which includes the Transformer 3 Pro and the Transformer 3. As you may expect, no info on pricing on the upcoming Kaby and Appollo lake processors are available just yet.