During Intel’s CES 2022 keynote it announced the rest of its 12th Gen Alder Lake desktop lineup, expansion of the Evo certification program with larger, more powerful, and foldable laptops. Plus, Intel’s 12th Gen Alder Lake chips are making their way to laptops, promising its most powerful hardware that’s capable of taking on Apple’s new M1 Pro and M1 Max-powered MacBook Pros. Intel also announced it started shipping its first-generation Alchemist (Arc) GPUs to OEM customers for desktop and laptop systems.
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