The latest dots suggest that Intel is planning a Skull Canyon update with Kaby Lake, though this unit might be packing the new Kaby Lake-G chip, which is Intel's equivalent to AMD's upcoming Raven Ridge APU. The "G" probably stands for "Graphics", though Intel has not made any statement about it other than saying that this new chip exists and will have some new design elements that will make it superior to the regular Kaby Lake. The hardware difference between "G" and regular Kaby Lake is that this newer chip apparently has a dedicated VRAM supply in the form of HBM, which will be tied to the onboard GPU, which has it's own PCIe connection. Rumors state that this might be a new discrete-class GPU built on AMD's tech from that unconfirmed licensing deal between AMD and Intel over GPU tech and patents. However, if it is an Intel HD/Iris GPU tied into HBM, it will be more than enough for creative/HTPC stuff, albeit definitely not enough power for any serious gaming.