With this announcement, Intel opens the door to a wider range of ultraportable devices designed to play in good conditions. Among them are the MSI Stealth 15M and the Acer Predator Triton 300 SE as shown above.
Note that Intel hasn’t finished using Tiger Lake-H chips. The American giant is promising the arrival of a second batch of high-performance 10nm processors soon. In this case, Intel could make use of Computex 2021 to reveal these new chips. For their part, they should protect themselves from a TDP greater than 45W, and replace, among other things, the Core i9-10980HK and i7-10875H. Follow …
AMD had been waiting anxiously, and its CES conference was apt for several announcements, including the introduction of the new Ryzen portable processors, which was much anticipated.
If the group briefly mentions the upcoming arrival of new dedicated GPUs for laptops (with the idea of competing with Nvidia’s new RTX 3000 MaxQ), it is above all the new low-consumption CPUs of the group, codename “Cezanne”, which has been in the spotlight. , With intentionally varying scale. The latter already focuses on the majority of the chips under the Zen 3 architecture (the latest design of the lineup, uses Ryzen 5000 desktop processors), but is peppered with some references that still come equipped with the old Zen 2 architecture.