Last week we detailed the first wave of Intel's upcoming Kaby Lake processors. These new processors will make use of the same 14 nm node that we have seen with Broadwell and Skylake, but with architecture optimization. Kaby Lake desktop processors were rumored to arrive in early 2017, but the latest rumor suggests that we could see them a little sooner. The latest leak says that we could see low-power chips in September and the mainstream desktop parts in December.
- Computex 2018