Intel has unveiled its new chips for laptops – and a handful of devices that use them – at this year’s CES. The chipmaker has announced that it is bringing Laptops from hybrid 12th-gen CPUs A few months after they were launched for desktop computers. These CPUs combine performance core (P-core) and efficient core (e-core) on a single chip to better manage different real-world work demands. Their fast cores can make your game stronger, for example, while slower cores take care of your livestreaming needs. They will top 14 cores for laptops, including updates to HP Elitebook and Zbook, As well as MSI’s new Stealth GS77 and Stealth GS66 Gaming laptop. Intel has also revealed that its 12th-gen KS-Series chips for desktops, coming this spring, will be enabled. Reach 5.5GHz On a single core. Plus, it’s an addition Foldable specification For this year’s premium Evo PC line. You can watch a condensed version of the company’s CES event in our video above.
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