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Intel Core i5-12600K and Core i9-12900K review: Alder Lake is a total game-changer

Last week, Intel announced its 12th-generation processors, codenamed Alder Lake. After six generations (yes, six) of using 14nm nodes, the company made a radical change in the architecture. In fact, this could be the biggest change since Intel adopted AMD's 64-bit architecture that was based on x86. On top of being built on the new Intel 7...

Nokia PureBook X14 laptop launched in India in association with Flipkart

Nokia has entered the Indian laptop market with its new Purebook X14 laptop. The notebook has been launched in partnership with Indian e-commerce player Flipkart and seems like a mid-range 14-inch machine targeted at mainstream users. Flipkart had started teasing the notebook last week and is the first laptop with the Nokia name since 2009...

Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 5G is the first laptop with Intel’s 11th Gen Core processor

Following the recent announcement of Intel's latest 11th-Gen Tiger Lake processors, Samsung has unveiled the new Galaxy Book Flex 5G — an Intel Evo verified laptop featuring 11th-Gen Core i5 and i7 processors. The new Galaxy Book 5G is Samsung's first 5G enabled laptop, which features a minimal thin-and-light design with a 360-degree hinge and...

Intel announces 11th Gen Core i3, i5, and i7 “Tiger Lake” processors

Intel is advancing its Core-branded lineup of mobile processors with the new Tiger Lake series that succeeds the Ice Lake processors. The Tiger Lake processors are based on Intel's new Willow Cove Core microarchitecture and feature Intel Iris Xe graphics. Tiger Lake processors are produced using their third-generation 10nm node called the "SuperFin" technology, and...

Intel Core i7-8700K and i5-8400 Review: Coffee Lake Goes With More Cores

A few days ago we gave a preview of what Intel shared with us and some ideas as to what the bigger picture may look like. We also took some flak for a recent review of a processor that had been out for quite some time. At the time I suggested that there was a...