New CPUs For Desktops And Laptops — Plus New Gaming GPUs
Intel used CES 2022 to announce a significant expansion of its 12th-generation Core processor family and mark the beginning of the chipmaker’s discrete GPU efforts for the gaming market.
The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company packed a lot of announcements within its CES press conference at Las Vegas: new H-series CPUs for gaming laptops, new P-series CPUs for thin-and-light laptops, new U-series CPUs for thin-and-light laptops with innovative form factors, several new desktop CPUs and a major expansion of the chipmaker’s vPro business platform.
Intel also announced that it has begun shipping its much-anticipated Arc discrete GPUs to OEMs for both gaming laptops and desktops, signaling new competition for Nvidia and AMD on the graphics front.
What follows are Intel’s five biggest announcements at CES 2022.
(Pictured: Gregory Bryant, head of Intel’s Client Computing Group)