What you need to know
- Intel has debuted its first Tiger Lake designs aimed at notebooks, delivering sizable gains in performance.
- The Iris Xe graphics platform is twice as fast as 10th-gen integrated graphics.
- Intel is also introducing hardware-level support for Dolby Vision and AV1 codec.
- Tiger Lake will be coming to 150 designs, with Dell, HP, ASUS, Razer, Samsung, and others releasing notebooks based on the platform shortly.
Full story here:With the Tiger Lake platform, Intel is touting huge gains in performance and gaming, and the chip vendor is setting its sights on AMD. With 150 designs from the likes of Acer, Asus, Dell, Dynabook, HP, Lenovo, LG, MSI, Razer, Samsung, and others slated to debut in the coming months, we'll get to see how Tiger Lake holds up in real-world use shortly.
Intel has unveiled the first designs in the 11th-Gen Tiger Lake platform, and it's clear that the chip vendor is targeting AMD with its latest offerings.