As part of its participation in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2023), Intel announced the thirteenth generation of the Intel Core mobile processor series, which is led by what the company calls “the first processor for laptop computers with 24 cores.”
The American technology giant said in a statement that the new (Intel Core i9-13980HX) processors increase the computing capabilities of gamers and content makers with an enhanced frequency of up to 5.6 GHz, which is the highest speed available for the laptop market.
Intel also launched the 13th generation of (Intel Core P-series) and (U-series) processors for ultra-thin laptops, aimed at those who want high performance on the go in sleek and thin devices.
These processors feature up to 14 cores (6 performance cores and 8 efficiency cores), and an Intel Thread Director.
New integrated graphics features (Intel Iris Xe Graphics) include endurance gaming, XeSS Super Sampling technology, and Intel Arc Control graphics performance technology.
Thanks to the (Intel Evo) designs integrated into the 13th generation (Intel Core) mobile processors, the latter will also feature a longer actual battery life, in addition to the Intel Movidius image processing unit.
For desktop PCs, Intel has launched its 13th generation Intel Core processors with new 35W and 65W SKUs to provide users with additional energy efficiency options while delivering improved performance in games, content creation, and productivity.
For low-performance personal computers, designed specifically for teachers and students, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, Intel also showcased its Intel Core i3 processor, which features new efficiency cores based on Intel 7 processor technology, which enables up to 28 percent better application performance. percent, and 64 percent better graphics performance, compared to the previous generation. In addition to advanced connectivity capabilities, such as ultra-fast (Intel Wi-Fi 6E) and Bluetooth 5.2 technology.