The Intel Pentium N3700 is an entry-level quad-core processor for affordable laptops and 2-in-1 convertibles. It is noticeably faster than the lowest-end chips, such as the Intel Celeron dual-core series, but is still a low-end part suitable only for the basic home and office computing tasks.
The Pentium N3700 from the new 14-nanometer “Braswell” CPU family isn’t faster than its precursors, the Pentium N3500 series 22-nanometer “Bay Trail” chips. However, “Braswell” brings to the table improved Intel HD integrated graphics version for somewhat smoother but still only entry-level gaming and better support for high-def 4K video playback, while having a lower power consumption. The N3700 consumes 6 Watts, as opposed to previous 7.5W.
The CPU has a base clock speed of 1.6GHz, whcih can “burst” up to 2.4GHz for a short period of time if needed. There’s also a Pentium N3710 version which is basically the same chip with burst frequency of up to 2.56GHz for slightly better performance.
Check out laptops with the Pentium N3700.