Intel particulars new Lunar Lake CPUs that can go up in opposition to AMD, Qualcomm, and Apple

A high-level breakdown of Intel's next-gen Lunar Lake chips, which preserve some of Meteor Lake's changes while reverting others.

Enlarge / A high-level breakdown of Intel’s next-gen Lunar Lake chips, which protect a few of Meteor Lake’s adjustments whereas reverting others. (credit score: Intel)

Given its current manufacturing troubles, a resurgent AMD, an incursion from Qualcomm, and Apple’s shift from buyer to competitor, it’s been a tough few years for Intel’s processors. Laptop consumers have extra viable choices than they’ve in a few years, and in some ways the corporate’s Meteor Lake structure was extra attention-grabbing as a technical achievement than it was as an improve for previous-generation Raptor Lake processors.

However even given all of that, Intel nonetheless gives the overwhelming majority of PC CPUs—practically four-fifths of all laptop CPUs offered are Intel’s, based on current analyst estimates from Canalys. The corporate nonetheless casts an extended shadow, and what it does nonetheless helps set the tempo for the remainder of the business.

Enter its next-generation CPU structure, codenamed Lunar Lake. We’ve recognized about Lunar Lake for some time—Intel reminded everybody it was coming when Qualcomm upstaged it throughout Microsoft’s Copilot+ PC reveal—however this month at Computex the corporate goes into extra element forward of availability someday in Q3 of 2024.

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