Intel launched its newest 12th Gen Intel® Core™ or Intel 12th generation processor with Intel® Evo™ on Wednesday (25/5). This latest processor is available on six laptop brands, namely Acer, ASUS, DellHP, Lenovo, and MSI.
Currently, there are 30 laptop products that use machines based on 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors, ranging from ultra-thin laptops to high-performance laptops.
“We are very enthusiastic about the launch of the latest 12th Gen Intel Core processors in Indonesia and the joining of OEM partners (Original Equipment Manufacture) to showcase our line of laptops powered by the new processor,” said Cekiel Danielson, Director of Consumer Sales at Intel Corporation Asia in a statement, Wednesday (25/5).
“From ultra-thin laptops to high-performance laptops for enthusiasts, in sleek designs, bringing leading-edge performance and cutting-edge technology to consumers and businesses,” he continued.
Of the 30 types of laptops that are already available in the Indonesian market, 13 of them are Intel EVO certified and have several advantages such as a superior video conferencing experience, fast response rate, instant wake, long battery life, and fast charging capability.
Meanwhile, Intel’s 12th generation processors are the first processors based on Intel’s 7 process technology. These processors are built using the latest performance hybrid architecture to deliver huge performance gains to handle a variety of PC workloads.
Some of the advantages offered by this latest processor include extensive memory support for DDR5/LPDDR5 and DDR4/LPDDR4 modules up to 4800 MT/s.
In addition, connectivity is almost tripled with the presence of Intel® Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+), as well as Thunderbolt™ 4 support which provides data transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps and PC connectivity to multiple 4K resolution monitors.
The hybrid architecture on Intel 12th generation processors consists of Performance-cores (P-cores) and Efficient-cores (E-cores) with workload priority distributed through Intel® Thread Director.
Intel’s 12th generation itself consists of the HX series and H series aimed at enthusiasts with heavy computing usage, the P series for devices with fast performance but still thin designs, and the U series for devices with lighter computing needs.