Intel’s 10th gen Comet Lake-H hardware update is just around the corner now and the official launch is expected for early April 2020.
There is however lots of info about the platform out there, based on various leaks and product-listings. That’s why this article will quickly explain what to expect from the updated lineup in terms of specs, as well as peak at the performance based on the leaks available at this point (we’ll update once the final products are released and we get to test them).
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