Intel has recently announced the first series of processors of its tenth generation. Today, the company has officially announced the second series of tenth-generation processors for laptops. The new processors have been introduced under the company's Comet Lake line. The previous processors were under their Ice Lake series. Both series are completely different from each other in terms of their performance.

The new Comet Lake series processors are using the same 14 nm manufacturing process that makes them more compatible with new generation laptops. Both Comet Lake and Ice Lake CPUs will be sold as 10th generation Intel processors such as Core U-Series and Core Y-Series.

The manufacturers of thin and compact laptops will use the new tenth generation processors.

If we talk about the tenth generation processors, both the U series and the Y series have four four models. In the U series, the SKU is Core i7-10710U, this brings a total of six main processors to the Intel U series. The new processors will not come with the latest Intel Gen11 graphics. The new processors are still based on the older graphics, which seems quite strange.

The lack of advanced graphics makes these processors ideal for users with limited productivity and limited work on laptops. It also reduces the overall cost of laptops.

In addition to this, next-generation Intel processors offer improved performance compared to the previous generation. The company claims that the new generation chips offer 16% better core performance and 41% faster productivity than previous generations. So, yes, you will get super fast and smooth performance on laptops with these Intel 10th Gen processors.

In addition, the company has also announced that the newly announced Intel 10th generation processors will be commercially available. This means we could see the tenth generation laptops of different brands. There would be hundreds of ultraportable and affordable laptops available with the latest Intel chip.

The company has stated that laptops and other devices powered by Intel's 10th generation chips will be available for purchase from mid-October through numerous original equipment manufacturers. We will update you with more information.

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