Intel recently announced its new Ice Lake (10th gen Core processors) CPU lineup at Computex 2019.
The company plans to introduce these processors for 2-in-1 PCs and laptops. These processors will be available in three different variants Core i3, i5 and i7.
Furthermore, Ice Lake CPUs will feature 8 threads and 4 cores. The graphics frequency is set up at 1.1 GHz and the turbo frequency can reach up to 4.1.
The company says that users will enjoy their favorite games at 1080 with the new Iris Plus graphics. The graphics are based on Intel’s Gen11 graphics architecture.
The power graphics support other activities such as 4K video editing, 4K HDR video streaming, and high-resolutionphoto processing.
Support for Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3 is also included. Windows 10 users will enjoy wireless speeds 3x higher than the current standard.
For more information about the tech details, you can check out Intel’s press release post.
Intel’s highly integrated 10th Gen Intel Core processors give OEM partners the freedom to innovate on design and aesthetic by reducing the silicon footprint while still delivering the latest and greatest standards and world-class performance.
First batch lands next month
The first batch of Intel’s 10th-gen chips is expected to arrive next month. The company announced that the 10th Gen Ice Lake processors with 30 or more designs will hit the stores during the holiday season.
It all depends on Intel’s supply, but Intel believes that it is capable to meet the demand. Finally, Intel wants PC manufacturers to come up with innovative features such as extended battery life and others.
The chip maker confirmed it’s currently working on the first version of 10th-Gen Ice Lake CPU laptops. Intel wants PC manufacturers to meet specific targets such as a battery life of 9 hours.
We can’t wait to get out hands on these 10th-Gen Ice Lake CPU machines.
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