Intel 11th Generation Processors Promise to Finally Bring Gaming to UltrabooksSeptember 3, 2020
Overall Intel is promising a 20% improvement in CPU performance and two times the graphical performance.
Aside from the boost in processing and graphical power, Intel’s Tiger Lake processors also add support for Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, and PCIe Gen 4 support for SSDs.
Intel also rebranded its Project Athena certification to a new Evo branding. Every laptop with this Evo badge promises to deliver more than nine hours of real-life usage, Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 4 connectivity, and generally a high-quality experience overall.
Intel’s 11th Generation processors are already being integrated into a variety of laptops that will be releasing this fall.
Intel 11th Generation Laptops
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