At the CES 2021 online event, Intel has launched four new families of processors designed for business, education, mobile, and gaming computing platforms. “Only Intel has the breadth of products spanning multiple architectures; the large, open ecosystem; the sheer scale of manufacturing footprint; and deep technical expertise customers need to unlock opportunities in this era of distributed intelligence. With an intense focus on execution for our core products and across our broader portfolio, we are introducing a series of leadership products at CES with more following throughout the year,” said Intel executive vice president Gregory Bryant.
According to Intel, the new Intel Core vPro processors are the best business processors for thin and light laptops. They haveIntel hardware shield, providing security at the hardware level, and are also the first to implement AI to prevent ransomware or crypto-mining attacks. Intel has also announceda new EvovPro for business laptop users. It offers fast responses, instant wake up, and long battery life. According to Intel, more than 60 laptops will launch with this processor, along with EvoChromebooks.
The third addition is the N-series Pentium Silver and Celeron processors for education. Designed on Intel’s 10nm architecture, they provide 35% better application performance and upto 78% better graphics performance.The fourth and most powerful of the lot are the new 11th Gen Core H-series mobile processors for portable thin gaming laptops. The Core i7, based on this architecture, goes up to 5GHz in turbo mode, supports Gen 4 PCIe x20 architecture for fastest storage, discrete graphics, and the latest Wi-fi 6E.