The focus is on thin and light laptops now, with desktop processors to follow.
Intel’s just revealed the first solid details of its 8th generation Core i lineup – and it’s so far focused on mobile devices.
The four new processors double the cores/threads and L3 cache of previous 7th gen CPUs, but still offer solid battery life; Intel is promising its new chips are capable of supporting up to ten hours of 4K content playback. Here’s the full specs:
Intel has said that desktop processors – including some 10nm parts – will be released later in the year, around spring time, while 8th gen-powered mobile devices will start hitting the market from next month.