Intel’s 11th generation Tiger Lake CPUs are set to make their appearance in notebooks very soon, but as these things go, there are impatient parties that are finding it rather difficult to keep their lips sealed. Case in point, promotional videos of the brand’s next-generation CPUs and participating partners have leaked.
The promotional videos were first posted on Twitter, courtesy of WalkingCat (@h0x0d). In one of the leaked videos, we get a glimpse of several laptops made by different brands, including Acer, ASUS, Dell, Lenovo, and HP to name a few. The biggest highlight of the video, however, is that we also get to see the new and completely radical redesign of Intel’s logo – it appears at the very end – as well glimpses of the new badges, both for the EVO and non-EVO Core series.
The second promotional video posted by WalkingCat promotes the non-EVO version of Intel’s 11th generation Tiger Lake CPUs, and like the first video, there’s a fair bit of information to be found in it. For starters, the start of the clip already not only shows us the new Tiger Lake Core series sticker, but also the sticker design for Intel’s upcoming Xe integrated graphics. It also provides confirmation that the next generation of thin and light notebooks will not only support the currently existing Wi-Fi 6, but also the new Thunderbolt 4 USB-C ports.
Intel’s Tiger Lake mobile CPUs are expected to launch this week, specifically, on 3 September. One of the main highlights of the new processor lineup is that it is based on Intel’s 10nm die lithography, but more importantly, it’ll also be that first time consumers will get to see its new Xe Graphics in action.