August 16, 2020

Intel may have a trick up its sleeve to keep its gaming laptop crown. Click here to know more about it.

The latest reviews of the very new Asus Zephyrus G14 has just blown away all the expectations. It has also proved to the other companies that they have grown with such a leap. However, now intel can have a trick up its sleeve that would help to keep it one step forward.

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What's the exact matter?

A famed leaker launched a snippet out of some document that is from Compal Electronics, a Taiwanese Personal Computer producer. This snippet provides a sneak peek into the latest advancement that Intel is planning to take.

The snippet points to some cellular chips that is expected from Intel over the following years or so.

What all is mentioned in the leak?

The leak has started with a mention of the Comet Lake- H processors for gaming laptops that have been dropped again in April 2020.

However, now it will be launched in the first quarter of 2021. All will typically be getting to see a refreshed cellular hardware every year.

Tiger lake is going to be constructed on Intel's 10 nm procedure, which hasn't had the cleanest observed information so far. With the Intel ice lake, the 10 nm procedure would now allow a wonderful battery life and various other helpful options as well.

Nevertheless, it has fallen at the back of Comet Lake-U processors on the subject of the uncooked CPU efficiency. That's the reason why a large number of laptops aim towards creators are choosing Comet Lake over Ice lake.

This would not be an issue with normal users.  But the gamers always need a prime clock pace and hence Intel always loves to reminder here about that.

So whether this leak is true or not, it's a grain of salt to make a transition from Ultraviolet to gaming laptops and workstations.

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