• Dynabook Portégé X30W-J and X30L-J are lightweight Intel Tiger Lake laptops

    23 days ago - By Beta News

    AMD has owned 2020 with its excellent Ryzen mobile processors, but you didn't expect Intel to remain quiet, did you? With its new 11th gen Core processors , Intel is looking to battle back quite strongly - especially with the new Iris Xe graphics. Today, Dynabook announces two new durable Portégé laptops that are powered by these new Intel chips. Called "X30W-J" and "X30L-J," the former is a traditional clam shell, while the latter is a 2-in-1. Both lightweight laptops have 13.3-inch screens and can be configured with either a Core i5-1135G7 or i7-11-65G7 processor...
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  • Intel unveils ‘best processor for thin and light laptops' amid Apple Silicon transition for Mac

    Intel unveils ‘best processor for thin and light laptops' amid Apple Silicon transition for Mac

    23 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    We're closer than ever to the release of Apple's first Mac powered by Apple Silicon processors. Amid that transition, Intel has unveiled its new 11th generation Tiger Lake CPUs, touting them as the “best processor for thin and light laptops.” more...
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  • Intel Launches Tiger Lake: A Live Blog

    23 days ago - By Anand Tech

    Intel is about to launch Tiger Lake. Follow along with our Live Blog!
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  • Intel Launches 11th Gen Core Tiger Lake: Up to 4.8 GHz at 50 W, 2x GPU with Xe, New Branding

    23 days ago - By Anand Tech

    In August, Intel ran one of its rare Architecture Days where the company went into some detail about its upcoming Tiger Lake processor. This included target markets, core counts, graphics counts, a look into some of the new acceleration features, and a promise of a product launch later in the year. That product launch is now here, and Intel is providing Tiger Lake with speeds and feeds, providing detail and expected benchmark performance for Intel's next generation of notebook-class devices.
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  • Schenker VIA 14: 14-inch Tiger Lake Magnesium Notebook, with 28W Version Inbound

    Schenker VIA 14: 14-inch Tiger Lake Magnesium Notebook, with 28W Version Inbound

    23 days ago - By Anand Tech

    With Intel lifting the lid on its new Tiger Lake mobile processors today, a number of vendors are announcing their upcoming notebooks. Schenker Technologies, a German brand known in Europe for its Xtreme Mobile Gaming line of products and custom Clevo implementations, is one of the first to describe an upcoming 11 th Gen Intel Tiger Lake portable notebook as part of its VIA line. With a lightweight magnesium chassis, the VIA 14 uses up to a Core i7, a 73 Wh battery, and a one watt display to give 14+ hours of battery life.
    The key thing to note about Tiger Lake is the increase in both CPU...
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  • Intel Announces 11th-Generation Tiger Lake Chips as Apple Plans Transition to Arm-Based Apple Silicon

    Intel Announces 11th-Generation Tiger Lake Chips as Apple Plans Transition to Arm-Based Apple Silicon

    23 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    Intel today announced the launch of its new 11th-generation Tiger Lake chips that are designed for use in laptops. The new chips included integrated Xe graphics, Thunderbolt 4, USB 4, PCIe Gen 4, and WiFi 6 support.
    Intel is calling the Tiger Lake chips, which are built on a 10-nanometer "SuperFin" process, the world's best processor for thin and light laptops. Tiger Lake chips offer significant performance and efficiency gains over the prior-generation Ice Lake chips.
    The new chips offer 20 percent better CPU performance than Ice Lake chips, according to Intel. The integrated Iris Xe...
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  • Intel: 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs will be in 50 new laptops coming this fall

    Intel: 10nm Tiger Lake CPUs will be in 50 new laptops coming this fall

    23 days ago - By VentureBeat

    Intel took the wraps off its not-so-secret central processing units code-named Tiger Lake, built with a 10-nanometer manufacturing process.
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