Today we have information from the new successor of the current Intel Gemini Lake low power family, it is the Intel Elkhart Lake processors that are expected to reach the market in 2020. According to the data we can see in a document from the MITAC assembler, the new Processors for the Pentium and Celeron family already have release date, although these data are estimates and many things may happen until the departure date.
The new Intel Elkhart Lake processors will be made in 10nm and as usual in this range will offer a very contained power consumption as they are intended for mini PCs, laptops, 2 in 1, ultrabooks and other similar devices. It is still unknown if these new processors will be made with Forevos technology, something that would help to integrate components in the same package. What is certain is that we will see a new integrated Gen11 GPU, something that is already quite interesting as a improvement.
In the document you can see products cataloged as mini-ITX plates and we also find ruggedized tablets for industrial use with this type of processors. Within the roadmap of this company we can also see Intel Comet Lake processors that come to replace the family Intel Core Coffe Lake-S low consumption, an interesting option for what they need more power. We hope to have more concrete data before 2020 to clear doubts about this new family of low consumption.