Intel took the stage in CES to showcase a preview of its next major chipset release which is a hybrid Alder Lake chipsets, similar to its Lakefield predecessor. It will be utilizing the ARM BIG.LITTLE processing architecture using high performance and high-efficiency core in a single package to maximize the output of power and efficiency.
But majorly Lakefield chips were focused on mobile devices though Intel says that Alder Lake will help to serve them as the foundation for desktop and mobile processors instead with the first products using the "most power-scalable system-on-chip" set to arrive in the second half of this year.
The new 12th Gen Alder Lake chip will feature a new, enhanced version of the 10nm SuperFin designs that are already found in Intel's 11th Gen Tiger Lake Chip but with the combination of highly powerful cores, it's calling Golden Lake and new Gracemont cores for efficiency.
Intel also announced its new 11th generation H1 series processors for thin gaming laptops arriving in the first half of this year. The company also introduced its N-series Pentium silver and Celeron processor for a budget laptop. Both of these processors are built on Intel's 10nm chip. With this new processor lineup, Intel is trying to compete with the M1 processors that Apple introduced in November of 2020. More details about these new Intel chips will be released very soon. Stay tuned with us.