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Today, Intel announced its third-generation Xeon Scalable processors, which are made for data centers. The new 10nm chips offer up to 40 cores per processor, and promise a 46% improvement.
A leaked benchmark seems to indicate that the upcoming Intel Tiger Lake chips will offer double the graphics performance of Ice Lake. The new processors are expected later this year.
While Intel had initially announced a 28W version of its Ice Lake Core i7, called the Core i7-1068G7, it would seem that that particular SKU has been scrapped in favor of an Apple-exclusive SKU.
Some new benchmarks have shown up for what might be the Surface Book 3. They show that the new laptop will use Intel's Ice Lake processors, along with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 and 1660 GPUs.
This year at CES 2020, Acer didn't go premium, but it did announce some consumer PCs in the mid-range to mainstream space, including the Swift 3, Spin 3, and Spin 5 series of Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft's new Surface Pro 7 has some meaningful improvements, such as Intel's new Ice Lake processors. But most importantly to many, it finally includes a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C port.
UL Benchmarks - the creator of the popular 3DMark graphics benchmark suite - has added a new update to the 3DMark application which further expands the capability of the 3DMark VRS feature test.
Samsung today announced the Galaxy Book Ion and Book Flex laptops at its annual developer conference. Both devices come in 13 and 15-inch flavors. The Flex is a 2-in-1 convertible with S Pen support.
A new Windows 10 feature update is around the corner, and that means it's time for Microsoft to list the processors that are supported by it, including those from Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm.
Dell's new XPS 13 2-in-1 is not only the first to market with Intel's 10th-generation Ice Lake processors, but it's also a massive improvement over last year's Amber Lake model.
Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1 is the first PC to use Intel's new 10th-generation processors from the 'Ice Lake' family. It also includes a second-generation MagLev keyboard, an InfinityEdge display, and more.
Microsoft announced the Surface Laptop 3 yesterday, adding a 15-inch model to the lineup with AMD Ryzen processors. Apparently, there's also a business model that has Intel Ice Lake CPUs.
Announced back in May, Dell's new XPS 13 2-in-1 now has a release date of August 8. The convertible laptop includes Intel's new 10nm Ice Lake chips, a new MagLev keyboard, and more.
Today, Intel finally announced details of its upcoming Ice Lake CPUs. The new chips are built on its 10nm process, and there are 11 SKUs between the U-series and the Y-series, eight with Iris Plus.
Dell today announced its next XPS 13 2-in-1, which packs Intel's 10th-generation 'Ice Lake' processors, replacing the low-powered Amber Lake chips, and comes with Windows 10 Home Ultra.
Today at Computex, Intel formally announced its 10th-generation Core processors, codenamed Ice Lake. Designed for ultrabooks and convertibles, they're built on the new 10nm Sunny Cove architecture.
Ahead of Computex today, Intel previewed some of its newest innovations, such as the Core i9-9900KS, a beast of a CPU for gamers that can run all eight cores at a max frequency of 5GHz.
At its annual investor meeting, Intel revealing some of its plans for upcoming products. The 10nm Ice Lake processors will begin shipping in large quantities this June, and 7nm will debut in 2021.
Intel has demonstrated at CES 2019 its first 10nm Ice Lake processor, which will ship during the holiday season of this year. The company also expanded its 9th Gen Intel Core desktop family.
Sources within the supply chain have said that the third delay in the shipment timeline has some vendors thinking of skipping the processor altogether in favor of the upcoming 9th-gen Ice Lake chip.
From Ice Lake and golden Gates, to Scorpio's return, Surface frustration, Nokia Bothies, Android flagships, bad branding, and Sony's Nobunaga, it's our handy roundup of the week's top tech news.
Intel today revealed the codename for the 9th generation of its Core series of processors, 'Ice Lake', and that the microachitecture will be based on a 10nm+ process following a die shrink.