Intel have just released their new 10th Gen processor.
This generation, Intel has made the leap to a new architecture and manufacturing process, bringing the usual performance and battery life improvements you’d expect from a generational leap. But there are also some extra features tagging along for graphically intense workloads.
Thunderbolt 3 support is now built into these new CPUs, meaning it will be much easier for PC manufacturers to include it in laptops. These new chips also support Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), the latest Wi-Fi standard that is only now starting to hit the market and is built for faster transfer speeds and the ability to better handle lots of connected devices. Improving graphics performance is also a focus of these 10th Gen Core chips
Currently the 10th Gen processors are only available in some laptops but the roll out to PCs will be at some point within the next 10 months.