Intel unveils first 10th gen 10nm Core processors for laptops and 2-in-1s

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Intel's 10nm Ice Lake CPUs don't, on the surface, appear to offer Earth-shattering performance
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Intel's 10nm Ice Lake CPUs don't, on the surface, appear to offer Earth-shattering performance

Eight of the 11 Ice Lake processors also offer Iris Plus integrated graphics supporting Adaptive Sync

Intel has finally unveiled its long-awaited 10nm Ice lake CPUs, with a range of 11 Core processors intended for laptops and 2-in-1 devices. The U- and Y-series microprocessors sip between 9W and 25W...

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