Hi thank you for the quick reply.
I would like a little clarification on why you called them atom processors? I did a quick look on Intel site and they are not on the atom list but are classified for use in desktops. I'm not trying to be confrontational I'm just confused. Thanks in advanced.
Intel has officially abandoned the "Atom" nomenclature. That does not mean, however, that the Apollo Lake line of SOCs is not an Atom derivative. It's intended for low-power devices like netbooks and nettops. The problems is that at retail, the pricing makes not sense. It's just way, way too high. If you buy an OEM system with Apollo Lake, it might come in at a competitive price.
You can read more about Apollo Lake in this helpful Ananadtech article
. The truth is that Intel chose not to market Apollo Lake to the public, and that's an indication that the public likely wouldn't be interested in it.