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Intel Introduces 11th Gen Core Processors for Slim and …

Intel Tiger Lake CPUs are expected to be faster and more efficient than their predecessors; Intel on Wednesday announced the 11th generation of its Core processors for thin and light notebooks. The new family of processors, codenamed Tiger Lake, is based on the new 10nm Willow Cove architecture. Tiger Lake chipsets succeed Ice Lake processors. The new Tiger Lake processors come with Intel’s new Xe graphics, promising a massive improvement in graphics performance. The 11th generation Intel Core processors will be available in Core i3, i5 and i7 varieties.

Intel has confirmed that the Tiger Lake processors will support the new Thunderbolt 4 interface. Thunderbolt 4 will offer data transfer speeds of 40 Gbit / s, support for two 4K displays or one 8K display, and fast storage speeds of 3000 megabytes per second. It has also announced a new version of its Project Athena certification standard, called “Intel Evo”. If your next laptop comes with the Intel Evo brand, it will last more than 9 hours on a single charge. The new laptops with Intel Evo will also get fast charging support, as well as support for Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 4. Some features of the Intel 11th Core processors are as follows: * The Tiger Lake family is based on the Willow architecture Cove 10nm * The new line of processors is based on the new Intel XE graphics. * 11th generation Tiger Lake processors are compatible with Wi-Fi 6, Thunderbolt 4.

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Intel says more than 50 new laptops with the latest 11th-generation Core processors will hit stores this fall. Dell, HP, Acer and Lenovo are some of the brands that will launch thin and light laptops with 11th generation Tiger Lake processors. Many of those laptops have already been announced like the Lenovo Slim 9i, Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 5G, the new ZenBooks from Asus, and the updated Swift 5 laptops from Acer.📣 The TecNoticias is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay up to date with the latest headlines

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