Intel released the Core m3-7Y32 to replace Core m3-7Y30 while maintaining prices
As reported by thematic resources, Intel expanded its range of energy efficient processors Kaby Lake. The model m3 Core-7Y30 presented last summer, added a CPU Core m3-7Y32.
Recall, the Core m3 is the youngest ruler of the family of processors Core m. Only if earlier the family also included a line of Core m5 and m7 Core, now they are called Core i5 and Core i7 by analogy with the older CPU, but in fact it’s all the same Core m with low power consumption, but also the corresponding productivity.
So, Core m3-7Y32 has two cores with frequency 1.1 to 3.0 GHz, supports Hyper Threading and is characterized by a TDP of 4.5 W at maximum level of energy consumption is 7 watts. Model m3 Core-7Y30 the novelty differs only in the frequencies, although quite significantly. But the cost, despite the differences, has not changed and is 281 USD. That is probably the Core m3-7Y32 simply replace Core m3-7Y30 on the market, and the last to retire.