Intel's Newest Chips
Intel on Monday unveiled its eighth-generation processors, with improved performance and responsiveness features for 2-in-1s and ultrathin notebooks for small businesses.
The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company said that its next-generation processor lineup, which consists of two i5 and two i7 models, is based on its Kaby Lake microarchitecture. The upcoming processors will tout a 40 percent performance increase over the previous generation of chips. Intel said that its chips for desktops would be launched later in the fall. Partners and systems integrators, for their part, can look to the new processor lineup to incent their customers to upgrade their PCs. Following are five features on Intel's newest processor lineup.