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Default Intel's Apollo Lake chips promise slimmer, beefier budget PCs

Intel's Atom-based processors have gotten much better at delivering a lot of bang for the buck, but there's still little doubt that you're using a low-cost system. PCs like HP's Stream series still tend to be thick, carry a meager amount of RAM and r...

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