SATA attached flash still?
Come on Intel. You know better than this. PCIe attached flash is where you want to go. Cut out at least one level of abstraction between the CPU and the storage, and eliminate the unnatural bandwidth and latency limitations of SATA/SAS. This was a great answer five years ago.
Oh, yeah. Windows doesn't support it. You're not going to let that go, are you? Even as they sling ARM tablets. Fine. Reap what you sow. We'll get our stuff somewhere else.
Thunderbolt though, that's your baby right? Could you at least put some flash cache in a Thunderbolt 2.0 attached DAS array for the consumer? Something with 10 bays and RAID 50 at least? Now that they have Android tablets the kids are generating about 40GB a week of HD video - most of which nobody is ever going to see but we'd love to save it so we can pick through it for the embarrassing bits to include in their wedding reception video some fifteen years hence. It's sad to have to keep deleting those precious moments. Slip your new Atom in there.