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Why did Intel make these low power Core m processors that nobody wants is beyond me. Also, before anybody says anything, I'm only going by what I've seen on Slickdeals threads when these Core m laptops keep popping up. Not much interest in them, even though most likely they'll run your basic web browsing, office apps & multimedia streaming just fine. It's all about the specs, people shouldn't, but they do end up putting a lot of stock in specs & I don't blame them, I've been guilty of that too from time to time. Having said that, I wish Intel would just scrap the Core m line & make the Core i3 the low powered CPU in their line.
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Why did Intel make these low power Core m processors that nobody wants is beyond me. Also, before anybody says anything, I'm only going by what I've seen on Slickdeals threads when these Core m laptops keep popping up. Not much interest in them, even though most likely they'll run your basic web browsing, office apps & multimedia streaming just fine. It's all about the specs, people shouldn't, but they do end up putting a lot of stock in specs & I don't blame them, I've been guilty of that too from time to time. Having said that, I wish Intel would just scrap the Core m line & make the Core i3 the low powered CPU in their line.
The Core m is a good platform for low power, long battery life applications. The problem is manufacturers keep sticking the Core m in full-blow Windows machines ... but Windows isn't a low-power OS. Frankly, with the exception of Chrome OS, there aren't any low-power operating systems (Linux-guys, please don't beat me up) ... sooooo, you're right, the Core m is a processor designed for a computer platform that doesn't really exist. Though I would argue, the NEED certainly exists and Chrome OS addresses maybe 75% of those needs.
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The Core m is a good platform for low power, long battery life applications. The problem is manufacturers keep sticking the Core m in full-blow Windows machines ... but Windows isn't a low-power OS. Frankly, with the exception of Chrome OS, there aren't any low-power operating systems (Linux-guys, please don't beat me up) ... sooooo, you're right, the Core m is a processor designed for a computer platform that doesn't really exist. Though I would argue, the NEED certainly exists and Chrome OS addresses maybe 75% of those needs.
Agreed.
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