By using a combination of Intel’s 14nm, 28nm and 28nm processors, a company called Ion-FX is offering a product that is designed to be an affordable alternative to Intel’s popular 14nm and 22nm chips.
Ion-fx has been selling these chips to retailers in the United States for a few years now, and they’ve started to appear in more and more products.
The 14nm version of the chip is priced at $130, the 28nm version is $190, and the 28 and 28x versions are $300, with the 28x offering an 18% reduction in cost over the 14nm chip.
The new chip, which will be released in 2017, is expected to launch at a lower price point.
It’s possible that the Ion- FX chip could be a cheaper option for those who can’t afford the extra cost of Intel chips, but we’ll have to wait until we see how the chip performs in practice before we can say for sure.
Ion has also released a teaser for the chip, and it shows off some interesting functionality that should be familiar to anyone who’s used a computer for more than a few hours a day.