Intel has now begun shipping third-generation Atom mobile chips, the company announced today. Codenamed Cedar Trail-M, this new crop of Atom processors was originally expected to arrive in the third quarter, only for their release to be pushed back twice due to driver issues. Though there was no official word on it, the possibility of a late December release was hinted at in a report last month. Hit the jump for more.
Originally scheduled for sometime during the third quarter, the launch of Intel’s next-generation “Cedar Trail” Atom chips was pushed back to November owing to driver issues and the chip maker’s failure to secure WHQL certification for them. We have almost come to the end of the month and there is no sign of the Cedar Trail-M platform yet. But not everyone is clueless.