Intel Announces 11th Generation H-series, N-series Mobile Processors

Intel is the world's largest manufacturer of PC microprocessors and the holder of the x86 processor architecture patent. Recently, Intel introduces RealSense ID Facial Recognition system.

It also confirms 11th Generation Desktop processor "Rocket Lake" is coming in the first quarter of 2021. And, now Intel announces a new line of processors for business, education, mobile and gaming computing platforms.

The new processor families include:

  • 11th-Gen Intel vPro Mobile Processors
  • 11th Gen Intel Core H-series Mobile Processors
  • 11th Gen Intel N-series Mobile Processors
  • The next generation Rocket Lake and Alder Lake processors

11th-Gen Intel vPro Mobile Processors

The company claimed to provide industry's highest level of performance with improved security which is based on hardware. It is based on the 10nm SuperFin technology and offers 8x better AI performance and up to 2.3x faster creation and video editing compared to the previous generation. 

Intel also launched the Evo vPro platform for business users so they can expect an enhanced premium experience with a more thin and stylish form factor, and an immersive visual experience coupled with top-notch performance. The company also announced Intel Evo Chromebooks, expanding the range of premium class of Chromebooks.

For connectivity, there is Wi-Fi 6/6E (Gig+) support that offers six times faster uploads and downloads in office environments and three times faster speeds at home versus standard Wi-Fi 5. 

11th Gen Intel Core H-series Mobile Processors

Intel is focusing on ultra-slim gaming notebooks with the new H-series processors or the H35 mobile processors for enthusiast-level gaming in laptops that can be as thin as 16mm. The 3 models launched under the series include the i7-11375H, i7-11370 H, and i7-11300H. All three come with a base thermal design power of 28W but can also go up to 35W.  

The processor under this series is the Core i7 Special Edition 4-core processor provides clock speeds of 5GHz. There is also support for PCIe Gen 4. The new processors are based on the 10nm SuperFin technology.

The chipsets have support for DDR4 up to 3200, LPDDR4/x up to 4266, Xe-LP graphics, and KillerTM WiFi 6E (Gig+).

11th Gen Intel N-series Mobile Processors

For education laptops and entry-level systems, Intel has announced a new range of mobile processors under the new N-series. The Intel Pentium Silver and Celeron processors are designed on Intel’s 10nm architecture. 

The company offers up to 35% better performance and up to 78% better graphics performance than previous generation. This will enable the consumers to experience better application performance and browsing, along with advanced camera and connectivity.

Alder Lake and Rocket Lake Processors

Along with all these processors, Intel also demonstrate two more Processors: Alder Lake and Rocket Lake. These processors aim to bring performance to gamers and PC enthusiasts at launch in the first quarter of 2021.

Intel confirms the next generation 11th Gen Intel Core desktop processors "Rocket Lake" is coming in the first quarter of 2021 and will provide support for PCIe 4.0. Rocket Lake is also expected to support Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6, along with Intel's new Xe integrated graphics. 

Intel also demonstrated 'Alder Lake', the next-generation processor that is said to represent a breakthrough in x86 architecture and the company's most power-scalable system-on-chip. Alder Lake will combine high-performance cores and high-efficiency cores into a single product and will be built on a new, enhanced version of 10nm SuperFin.  

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