Intel Demos Alder Lake Mobile Laptop, Chips Sampling to Customers

Intel Demos Alder Lake Mobile Laptop, Chips Sampling to Customers

Intel briefly demoed an Alder Lake laptop at Computex 2021 and confirmed that the company already has mobile versions of its new hybrid chips shipping to its customers and partners. Ultimately the demo was little more than Intel showing the laptop playing back a video, but it is an important milestone because it confirms that the mobile Alder Lake variants are deep in the development process.

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It’s well known that Intel’s 12th-Gen Alder Lake will bring the company’s hybrid architecture, which combines a mix of larger high-performance Golden Cove cores paired with smaller high-efficiency Gracement cores, to desktop x86 PCs for the first time. However, Intel is going all-in: Intel will reunify its desktop and mobile lines with Alder Lake, bringing its new 10nm architecture and leading-edge connectivity options, like PCIe 5.0 and DDR5, to laptops.

We’ve already pieced together plenty of information about Alder Lake, which you can read here. Here’s the brief rundown:

  • Qualification and production in the second half of 2021
  • Hybrid x86 design with a mix of big and small cores (Golden Cove/Gracemont)
  • Up to 16 cores
  • 10nm Enhanced SuperFin process
  • LGA1700 socket requires new motherboards
  • PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 support rumored
  • Five variants: -S for desktop PCs, -P for mobile, -M for low-power devices, -L Atom replacement, -N educational (probably Chromebooks)
  • Gen12 Xe integrated graphics
  • New hardware-guided operating system scheduler tuned for high performance

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