Just after AMD’s Renoir Mobility CPU benchmarks appeared on the internet, Intel’s counterparts for laptops simply made their appearance, too. Even if Intel has not confirmed (or denied) the existence of their 10th Generation S and H mobility CPUs, we have heard that the company is working on preparing its products for the “attacks” they are about to receive from the laptop sectors.
Those buyers that are looking for powerful gaming laptops that come with amazing features and long battery life will have to wait longer to see the AMD and the Intel devices. And we know why.
Intel has in its plan to release its 10th Generation S and H mobility CPUs for laptops in about two months. The timing is quite similar to that of AMD. AMD also has in its plan to release its Renoir lineup in about two months.
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The “race” between the AMD and Intel processors will be released to OEMs, who will then put them in their products. We have heard that this year technology will be on fire. And we have all the reasons to believe so.
Intel will probably say more about its mobility CPUs. All of these processors are made for laptops with different price ranges, and they will get the 10th Generation Intel CPUs. But we are still not sure anything about the fabrication process or about the CPUs’ sizes.
It was said that Intel would get rid of the 10nm Fabrication Process and that it will choose to go instead with the 7nm process. However, by taking into account the recent developments and some reports around the internet, we believe that these rumors are not entirely true.