The American company Intel exhibited its new line of 12th generation Intel Core laptop processors for the P and U series, which will be available from March, offering higher performance and productivity than the previous ones.
The first terminals with Intel chips will be manufactured by the companies Acer, Asus, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, LG, MSI, NEC and Samsung and based on a “hybrid performance architecture of the brand, with a combination of performance cores (P cores) and efficient cores (E cores),” the company explained in a statement.
P-series and U-series feature 14-core, 6-core P, and 8-core E architecture, Intel Iris Xe graphics developed with up to 96 execution units, memory support for DDR5/LPDDR5 and DDR4/LPDDR4, and scaling with multi-threaded performance 70% faster. With this architecture, workloads, video calls, browsing, photo editing, are distributed in the most suitable core, for optimal multitasking with Intel Thread Director technology in the Windows 11 operating system, allowing better CPU performance.
The chips have twice the performance for 3D rendering, with greater productivity in photo editing and 30% faster Intel WiFi 6E technology, which facilitate integration and wireless performance, reliability, and responsiveness. Additionally, they have Intel’s universal cable connectivity system, Thunderbolt 4, and Intel IPU 6.0, facilitating very high quality images and videoconferences.
Intel-Evo smart collaboration
The company also announced that Intel Evo-branded notebook designs will be subjected to intense workloads, explaining that the platform will check system requirements such as battery life, as well as the latest update called Intelligent Collaboration that ensures better experience “with artificial intelligence in collaborative applications such as video conferencing”.
The company estimates more than 100 Intel Evo verified systems during 2022 with devices that for the first time include foldable screens and 12th Gen Intel Core H-series designs. It is also expected that Thunderbolt monitors, docks, storage and Bluetooth headsets come together to the line of accessories that are part of the program, with brands such as Poly, Anker, Kensington, Dell, HP, Belkin, Samsung, Sabrent or OWC.