The desktop CPU lineup includes the Skylake-based Core i3-6098P and i5-6402P, which lacks the company's integrated GPU. The i3-6098P has two cores running at 3.6GHz, while the i5-6402P is a quad-core CPU with each core running at 2.8GHz. The i5 has twice the cache (6MB) as the i3, and costs $182 compared to the i3's $117 price.
Of the new mobile processors, four are dual-core i5 or i7 models. The two Broadwell CPUs are the i5-5200DU (2.2GHz, 3MB of L3 cache, $281) and the i7-5500DU (2.4GHz, 4MB of cache, $393). The Skylake pair is the i5-6198DU (2.3GHz) and the i7-6498DU (2.5GHz).
Rounding out the new CPUs are two dual-core 15W Celerons for low-power mobile systems: The 3855U with each core running at 1.6GHz, and the with cores running at 2GHz. Both ultra-low-voltage Skylake processors possess the same amount of L3 cache (2MB) and are priced the same ($107).