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CES 2021: 10 Rumors And Trends You Can Expect

Even with CES going digital this year, rumors are circulating about major product launches from Samsung and other key vendors.

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New CPUs From Intel For Desktops, Commercial Laptops — And GPUs?

Intel is set to make multiple presentations between Jan. 11 and 12, two of which will center around the chipmaker’s Mobileye autonomous vehicle business and one that will focus on the PC market. In the latter, Gregory Bryant, executive vice president and general manager of Intel’s Client Computing Group, will be joined by other executives to discuss “how Intel is executing and driving innovation in process technology, packaging and architecture to deliver that transformative computing experience for consumers and businesses alike.” While Intel has not said what it plans to reveal at the conference, the company has previously said it plans to launch Tiger Lake vPro processors for commercial laptops, Rocket Lake processors for gaming desktops and Ice Lake processors for servers in early 2021. The company could have other surprises in store, as it has previously disclosed other types of products like the Lakefield hybrid processor and the DG1 discrete graphics card, now known as Iris Xe Max. Given that Intel has begun rolling out discrete GPU products with Iris Xe Max for laptops and Intel Server GPU, it wouldn’t be surprising if Intel shed light on new server and desktop GPUs it has previously teased.

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