Intel is launching a range of new processors for laptops and IoT devices at CES 2023 in Las Vegas. The fastest model features 24 cores and a clock speed of 5.6GHz.
All of the new processors will be demonstrated at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES 2023) in Las Vegas from January 5 through January 8. Intel will present three new processor series for high-end laptops and two individual processors for IoT devices and low-end laptops.
H-series, P-series and U-series
First, Intel is launching the 13th Gen Intel Core H-series, a range of laptop processors that emphasize performance. The most powerful option (i9-13980HX) features 24 cores and a maximum clock speed of 5.6GHz. The processor supports laptops with up to 128GB of DDR5 RAM or DDR4 RAM.
The processors are expected to be incorporated into various laptops from manufacturers such as Microsoft and Lenovo in the coming months. The same goes for Intel’s new 13th Gen Intel Core P and U series. These models contain up to 14 cores. The H-series performs better, but the P- and U-series consume less power.
Intel Processor and Intel Core i3
In addition, Intel is launching two new processors in the Intel N-series: the Intel Processor and Intel Core i3. The models are designed for two purposes. First, Intel focused on low-end PCs, including laptops for students and consumers that don’t require high performance. Second, the processors will power energy-efficient IoT and edge devices.
The Intel Processor and Intel Core i3 are replacements for Intel’s Pentium and Celeron series. In 2022, the organization announced that the brands would be phased out starting this year. The move is more than a rebrand, as both the Intel Processor and Intel Core i3 have updated cores and more performance than existing Pentium and Celeron processors.
Finally, Intel announced a new version of Intel Evo. Intel Evo is a certification for PCs and peripherals. The certification is awarded to manufacturers who optimize their products for Intel processors.
Intel renewed the certification to match all new 13th Gen Intel Core processors. The organization claims that certified devices use less energy and perform better on battery power than before.
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) takes place in Las Vegas from January 5 through 8. Thousands of companies showcase new and upcoming products during the event. Techzine is reporting on the news. Navigate to this page for an overview of important announcements.