Intel brings 12th generation processors to laptops with three special lines

Intel will bring its Alder Lake architecture processors to laptops.


Intel has also been present in the framework of CES 2022  and announced the arrival of 12th generation processors to laptops.

The CPUs, which were introduced for desktop PCs in October , combine performance cores (P) with efficiency cores (E) on a single chip, in order to better handle the demands of real-world computing, such as gaming. and broadcast live over the internet.

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Intel’s 12th generation CPUs will max out at 14 cores, consisting of six P cores and eight E cores (that is, two P cores less than desktop versions). At this point, Intel is primarily focusing on its powerful 12th-generation H-series chips, which are designed for 14-inch ultraportables, gaming laptops, and other rugged machines.

The company also unveiled specifications for its U and P series chips, which it will discuss further in the first quarter. These will be targeted at smaller ultraportables, as well as “thin and light performance” machines, respectively.

Intel’s 12th generation will also support low-power DDR5-4800 and LPDDR5-5200 RAM, so better battery performance is expected for laptops. It also supports WiFi 6E and Thunderbolt 4.

The company claims that the 12th generation is up to 40% faster than the 11th generation chips in general.

Intel showcased more than 20 new devices powered by the 12th Gen Intel Core H series, with more than 100 devices expected to launch in total with partners including Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, MSI and Razer.

In addition to the new mobile CPUs, Intel also unveiled the rest of its 12th generation desktop lineup. It starts with the Celeron G6900, which has only two performance cores, and ends with the 16-core i9-12900.