Intel introduces 13th generation mobile processors for laptops.

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Intel introduces 13th generation mobile processors for laptops.

At CES 2023 in Las Vegas, Intel presented its most recent 13th Gen HX and H series laptop processors. These brand-new, high-performance laptop processors come with features like PCIe Gen5, DDR5 support, up to 24-core CPU (a first for a laptop CPU), and more. In a similar vein, the company also unveiled its 13th generation Intel Core P and U series processors, which feature up to 14 cores and enhanced Iris Xe onboard graphics. Intel has introduced a total of 32 new mobile processors.

The top-tier laptop processor from Intel is the Core i9-13980HX, which has a 24-core CPU unit with 8 high-performance P cores and 16 efficient E cores. The processor offers features like Thunderbolt 4, supports up to 128GB of DDR5 RAM (and DDR4 as well), and can be overclocked.

Additionally, Intel released the next-generation requirements for Evo certifications for laptops powered by 13th Gen Intel processors. With technologies like Bluetooth LE audio and Intel Connectivity Performance Suite, a laptop with a 13th Gen Intel processor and Evo certification will provide no-compromise mobile performance and an improved video conferencing experience.

These laptops will also support Intel Unison, a function that enables users to receive phone calls, messages, and notifications from an Android or iOS device on a Windows laptop. Additionally, Intel has collaborated with PC accessory companies to develop exclusive accessories for Intel EVO-certified laptops, such as Thunderbolt 4 docks, monitors, storage, and wireless headsets.

Intel also unveiled entry-level N-series processors with the Intel Core i3 N-series branding, based on Intel 7 process technology, in addition to the high-performance 13th Gen CPUs for laptops. The most recent wireless connectivity features, such as Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2, are supported by a laptop with an Intel Core i3 N-series processor, and it can play videos for up to 10 hours on a single charge. It also has flexible memory options.

Intel also unveiled new, reasonably priced 13th Gen desktop processors with 35-watt and 65-watt SKUs for typical users at a lower price along with the new laptop processors. These CPUs support both DDR5 and DDR4 RAM and have up to 24 cores running at 5.6GHz.

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