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It's pity the site has not provided any mean of feedback on articles, e.g. https://www.linux.com/news/linux-41-speeds-intel-atom-socs.

So, In that article a wrong statement is written, i.e. The Atom E3800 is found on Intel boards like the Intel Edison, that is not true. Edison is based on Atom Z34xx and has nothing to do with E38xx series.

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  • Feedback comes from comments left by those who read the articles. If you feel that article has inaccurate information, please post on comment on the article. I was looking sources that states what type of CPU the Intel Edison is using. I found one source, Wikipedia that stated the 2nd version of the Intel Edison accounced in 2014 was using the Z34xx atom dual-core processor. So far, nothing was said about what the Intel Edison is using now for a processor(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Edison, paragraph 3).

     

    We always ask the author of the article to supply sources of their information. 

  • saqman2060saqman2060 Posts: 777
    edited September 2016

    Sorry, just noticed there were no  options to leave a comment or ask a question. Looks like this author wants the reader to accept his statements as fact.

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