Intel Announces Three New Bay Trail-M SoCs

Intel has expanded its Bay Trail-M series of low-power SoCs with three new SKUs: the Celeron N2830, the Celeron N2930, and the Pentium 3530.

The N2830 is a dual-core unit clocked at a base frequency of 2.16 GHz, though it can boost up to 2.41 GHz. As an upgrade over its predecessor, the N2820 also has Intel QuickSync enabled. The Celeron N2930 is a quad-core SKU, which comes clocked at 1.83 GHz. It can boost up to 2.16 GHz. The Pentium N3530 is a quad-core chip with a base frequency of 2.16 GHz and a boost frequency of 2.58 GHz.

All three chips can address DDR3L-1333 MHz memory and have TDPs of just 7.5 W.

The Celeron N2830 and N2930 both carry tray prices of $107, while the Pentium N3530 is set to cost $161.

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  • lostgamer_03
    Looking forward to the day, where all the hardware can go by with passive cooling and the form factor becomes so small that you can carry a full fledged gaming desktop in your pocket, with no compromises.
  • jimmysmitty
    It's hard to not be impressed these days with the TDP. 7.5W when quad cores used to be easily 80w TDP parts. It will soon come a day when they will use little to no power and do the same thing our desktop chips do.

    Technology. I wonder if the guys who started this all with those giant vacuum tube transistors thought this would happen.
  • amk-aka-Phantom
    Pentium N3530 is set to cost $161
    o.O costs less!!!