With all the news swirling around since CES and Intel’s own reports, we can expect plenty of big things from the tech giant in 2022. The company promises to ship more than 4 million discrete GPUs this year, but we’re hoping to at least see that missing day 0 driver for Elden Ring first. Today, we got a look at some of Intel’s smaller innovations, which look to be powering the new Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro series.
Intel has been spruiking its new line up of well received 12th gen chips for a while, with the beefy H series doing good work in gaming laptops. The Evo series of Intel powered laptops pairs the company’s CPU efforts with GPU power to create some pretty excellent looking lightweight units. Only recently Intel gave us a look at the mobile oriented P and U series of Alder Lake chips, which come in over 20 different variations. Reportedly these have already been implemented in over 250 device designs, and it’s very likely these Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pros could be among the first.Your next upgrade
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