Technology Intel announces its Core Ultra "Meteor Lake" CPUs will launch on December 14

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Intel announced during its Intel Innovation 2023 developers conference, that its first Core Ultra CPUs, which include an AI-based neural processing unit (NPU), will officially launch on December 14.

Intel previously announced it would be rebranding its CPUs with new Core and Core Ultra branding, ditching the "i" brand in the process. In a press release, the company offered up some more details on these chips, which have been described under its "Meteor Lake" code name in the past.

Intel stated: "Core Ultra integrates an NPU into client silicon for the first time. The NPU is built to enable low power and high quality and provide entirely new PC experiences. It is ideal for workloads migrating from the CPU that need higher quality or efficiency, or for workloads that would typically run in the cloud due to lack of efficient client compute."
 

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Intel confirms Meteor Lake CPUs are coming to the desktop in 2024
Last week, Intel officially confirmed its Meteor Lake CPUs would make their debut inside laptop PCs on December 14, under the Intel Core Ultra brand. Many people have wondered if we will see these chips in desktop PCs as well.

In a YouTube video interview conducted during the Intel Innovation conference, PC World interviewed Michelle Johnston Holthaus, the Executive Vice President and General Manager of Client Computing Group at Intel. During the chat, she confirmed that Meteor Lake on the desktop "will come in 2024." She added, "I want one processor family top to bottom for both segments, doesn't everybody?"
 

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