As part of its 13th-generation launch, Intel has unveil its entire product lineup. In spite of the fact that its unlocked K-series is currently available for purchase, it is now time to investigate the components that will be incorporated into gaming laptops, ultra books, conventional desktops, and other types of computers.
At CES 2023, Intel unveiled 32 variants of its 13th-generation Intel Core mobile CPUs, including the company’s first 24-core laptop chip. Intel has stated that its mobile CPU lineup offers cutting-edge performance across the board for portable computers.
In addition, typical desktops can now choose between new 13th Generation Intel Core CPUs in the 35-watt and 65-watt power ranges. Newly released Intel Evo laptop specs emphasise improved endurance in practical use. Finally, Intel announced the N-series of its processors for budget notebooks, desktops, and edge native apps.
Last but not least, Intel also unveiled the new Intel Core i3 processor in its N-series family which will be developed for students, educators and also entry-level computing in mind. Intel did not announce a release date for these items. At CES, every original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of laptops will introduce brand new models running on these chips.