Ars Technic articles Intel will debut four new Core M processors in the fourth quarter of 2019, the company said in a new blog post on Tuesday.
The new Core P-series processors will feature Intel’s x86 core microarchitecture, which was first released in the second half of 2016.
The new processor family will feature the latest Intel-powered chipsets for Intel’s Xeon Phi-based systems, the Xeon Phi v3 and v5 processors, and the Xeon P-Series chipsets.
Intel also said the company is introducing the Core M M-series, Core M-2, Core X-series and Core Xtreme processors in 2019.
The processors are expected to ship at the end of 2019.
Intel Core M and Core M family processors will be available in several form factors and pricing points, and include the following configurations: The Core M P-3, Core P4, Core E5, Core T5, and Core T-series chipsets, which are priced between $250 and $1,000.
The Core T4 chipsets will be priced between roughly $500 and $800.
The Core M X-Series and Core Z-Series processors are priced $1 to $1.5, depending on model.
The X-P4 and X-T4 chips will be $2 to $2.5.
The Z-P5 will be around $3.50.
The i7-3930K will be somewhere between $2,000 and $3,500.
The Kaby Lake-Z CPUs will be a bit more expensive than the Core P and Core P series chipsets but cheaper than the i5-4570, i5, i7, and i7 series chips.
Intel’s Core M processor family lineup will be introduced in two flavors.
The first, the Core Pro family, will include all four Intel-branded Xeon processors and the Core Xe series processors, priced between between $1 and $5,000 each.
The next, the Pro M family, features only the four Xeon processors but includes the Core E6, Core Xeon, and Xeon E5 chipsets as well as the Core Xeon E7 chipsets and Core Xeon Phi chipsets (for the i7 and i9 chipsets).
The Core Pro M-7 family is priced between around $4,000 to $5 of each chip and includes the four Core Xeon processors, Core Phi chips, and Intel’s Core Phi x86 integrated graphics.
The next Core X series family is slated to be unveiled in 2018, and will feature all four Xeon chips and the i3-4130 processors, all priced between about $3 to $4 each.
The i5 and i5X family are priced at $1 each, and are also priced between the two Core X processors.
The Intel Core M CPUs will also be offered in a third flavor, which includes all four Core P, Core S, Core Pro, and Xe processors.
The Intel Core X family will also include the Core C, Core C5, C7, C9, and C11 chipsets priced between over $3 and $4.
The fourth and final Core M chip family is expected to be announced later in the year, and is expected not to be priced lower than the other Core M chips.
The announcement comes as Intel has been plagued with delays for its upcoming Core M microarchivers.
The company was scheduled to unveil its first Core M series processors in April 2018, but the company has been pushing back that announcement.
Intel has said that it has to make the microarchiver more robust and better suited to the Xeon-based processors in its product lineup, but Intel has struggled to get its chipsets into mainstream production.
Last week, Intel said it had made significant progress on the microchip manufacturing process for its Xeon Phi chip, and that the processor would begin shipping in Q1 2019.
Intel also said it would be launching two new Xeon Phi processors in Q2 2019.
The latest announcement from Intel comes as the company continues to work with chipmaker TSMC on a chip for Intel Xeon Phi.
TSMC said in January that it would work with Intel to develop a chip to enable Xeon Phi microarchivists to be integrated into the Xeon Processor family and that it had already begun to build such a chip.