The CES electronics fair in Las Vegas is the framework chosen by Intel to present a new series of processors, Intel H, intended for ultra-light laptops with high performance , a type of highly sought after device in the gaming sector, but also very suitable for those who require high-performance mobility.

Intel’s H-series processors offer a great reduction in power consumption when there is minimal space, which complicates heat dissipation. Despite these demanding requirements, this generation of processors is capable of offering a considerable increase in power.

The search for low energy consumption also responds to a double factor: the need for maximum autonomy and the commitment derived from very thin equipment that favors mobility . Something that has been offered for years with equipment more oriented to office applications where so much power is not always necessary and where autonomy or portability is more important.

The new Intel Core H35

These processors have 35 W TDP, data transfer through LPDDR4x at 4,267 MT / s and also optionally at 3,200 MT / s in DDR4. All of them have four cores and capacity for eight threads. There is also a model (the so-called Special Edition) capable of increasing the clock speed up to 5 Ghz through Intel Turbo Boost 3.0 .

Intel H is based on the Tiger Lake H35 10 nm SuperFin architecture and process, so they are compatible with integrated Thnderbolt 4, PCIe 4, Intel Killer WiFi 6 and 6E and have an integrated Xe-LP graphics processor.

The processors that are part of this new series are the following:

  • Core i7-11375H Special Edition
  • Core i7-11370H
  • Core i7-11300H