CES 2019 is happening in Las Vegas and Intel was one of the companies that presented news at the fair last night, 7. During its presentation for the event, the company revealed news about the Ice Lake processors, which are made in the process. of manufacture in 10nm.
After some delays, the new processors will be released this year featuring Intel Graphics Gen 11 GPUs, with twice as much performance in image processing and gaming, as well as artificial intelligence functions. In addition, the chips will feature new technologies as support for the connection standard. Thunderbolt 3 and Wi-Fi 6, the trade name of the 802.11ax protocol.
During the fair, the company presented a demo of a 10nm chip running games connected to a monitor using the Thunderbolt 3 standard. Dell also introduced an Ice Lake-based XPS notebook, due to hit the market in 2019.
Intel also revealed that it is working with telecommunications company Comcast to bring 10 Gigabits per second internet connections and all Wi-Fi 6 technologies to market, including less power consumption and improved performance during simultaneous access.
In addition to talking about Ice Lake chips, Intel has also confirmed that it will release the 9th generation notebook and tablet processors in the second quarter of 2019. Product performance information has not been disclosed.
The company also introduced new Coffee Lake family desktop hardware, which can be viewed at details on Adrenaline.