Leaked Intel Bay Trail lineup: Atom, Celeron, and Pentium chips use less than 10W - Liliputing (click for full article) by Brad Linder - July 4, 2013 "Intel's next-generation architecture for low-power chips, code-named "Bay Trail" is expected to hit the streets by the end of the year. Chips based on the platform are designed for tablets, notebooks, desktops, and other low-power computers, and they'll replace today's Intel Atom chips. But Bay Trail processors aren't just the future of Intel's Atom family. We'll also see Bay-Trail chips sold as Celeron and Pentium processors. And they'll all use less than 10 watts, offering moderate performance and long battery life (assuming you've got a decent battery). We already knew that some next-generation Celeron and Pentium chips would have the same "Silvermont" cores as Intel Atom Bay Trail processors. But now a leaked product list is providing more details about Intel's planned chip lineup. Here's the breakdown:"