Earlier this month, Intel unveiled the first batch of 10th generation processors, codenamed Lake Aike, and today we have a new set of processors under the name Com Lake that deliver better performance than Lake Lake.
In the range of these processors there are eight U and Y series processors for laptops and lightweight laptops. It is produced with precision of 10 and 14 nm.
The U series offers 12 channels of processing at a higher frequency bandwidth than the Ice Lake processors and supports Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3.
Intel is developing the capabilities of chipsets, graphics chips, wireless communications and other technologies, offering speeds of 1.1 to 2.1 GHz with turbochargable up to 4.7 GHz.
In terms of performance, it has become 16% better with 40% faster in office applications than relatively old processors, the hunderbolt 3 offers 8 times faster than USB 3.0 in data transfer, and Wi-Fi 6 3 times faster than current wireless networks.
Intel unveiled the 10th generation of Comet Lake processors for laptops for the first time in the tech world.