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Here's How New Intel Corporation Chips Could Boost the PC Market

By Chris Neiger - Sep 5, 2015 at 11:27AM

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New Intel Core M processors are tailored for Windows 10 and versatile enough to run on a gamut of devices.

It's no secret PC sales are in trouble. This year, PC shipments are expected to decline 8.7%. Many computer makers are looking to Microsoft's new release of Windows 10 to help turn things around, and much of their hope is in the growing all-in-one computer segment.

Those PCs combine the touchscreen and mobile features of a tablet with the keyboard and processing power of a traditional PC. And that's why the new sixth-generation Intel (INTC 3.06%) Core M processors are so important. Intel says the chips are the most versatile processors they've ever built, can run on a myriad of devices (including all-in-ones), and are specifically "optimized" for Windows 10.

Click on the video below to find out more about Intel's new chips and how they could boost the PC market.

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