Intel Lunar Lake CPUs could revolutionize ultrathin laptops


Intel’s Lunar Lake processors, which are still some way down the line, will be targeted at super-slim laptops, hopefully ensuring that these lean machines have some serious pep despite their svelte nature.

This comes from Ian Cutress on Twitter (via VideoCardz (opens in new tab)), who got word from Intel’s VP & GM of Client Computing, Michelle Johnston Holthaus, that Lunar Lake will be a totally new design from the ground-up, with an all-new architecture that’s built with performance per watt in mind.

In other words, efficiency will be king, and running low on wattage will obviously make Lunar Lake chips an ideal option for laptops, while still delivering plenty of grunt (relatively speaking). These processors are expected to arrive in late 2024 or 2025, we’ve heard on the grapevine.


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