8th Generation Laptops
A couple of weeks ago, Intel announced its first batch of 8th-generation CPUs. They’re improved versions of the current Kaby Lake chips, but with double the cores. This result is that Intel says these chips offer up to 44% better performance with a negligible impact on battery life. While these chips might not have the fancy new Intel 14nm++ architecture we were expecting, the new 8th-gen chips allow PC makers put quad-core chips in systems that previously capped out at two and that’s still damn cool.
However, until this week’s IFA tech extravaganza in Berlin there were almost no computer makers that had actually announced products featuring these chips. Now there are a bunch officially coming down the pipeline. Here are the coolest Intel 8th-gen laptops announced so far
Dell Xps 13
The jewel of Dell’s laptop lineup isn’t any different on the outside, but it has gotten an upgrade internally. Due out on September 12, the refreshed XPS 13will be available with either Core i5 or Core i7 8th-gen chips. However, for people actually planning to buy one be careful when ordering, as Dell is still selling older XPS 13s with 7th-gen CPUs. If you want to make sure you are getting the latest silicon, check and see if the processor has an 8 in the product number following the class designation, e.g. Intel Core i7 8550U.
Lenovo Yoga 920
Along with new 8th-gen Intel chips, Lenovo is revamping its flagship 2-in-1, the Yoga 920, with a sleeker design, far-field microphones for use with Cortana, and new stylus support that works with Windows Ink. And of course, you still get that gorgeous watchband hinge that sets Lenovo’s top-of-line convertible apart from every other 2-in-1 on the market. The one sad part about all this is that Lenovo is dropping its signature orange colour option. However, the company is hoping to make up for that loss with new optional Gorilla Glass lids when the Yoga 920 arrives sometime in October.
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