Intel Bay Trail processors became available in the second half of 2013. They succeeded the Clover Trail line and were Intel's first Atom processors based on x86-64, the 64-bit implementation of the x86 architecture. Bay Trail chips are faster and thinner than their predecessors and run the Ivy Bridge graphics processing unit (GPU) to improve graphics processing.
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