Intel has today launched the 11th Generation Intel Core H35 Series processors, which are essentially new laptop chips designed specifically for ‘ultra-portable gaming’.
Gaming laptops have long been accused of being too heavy and cumbersome for a genuine on-the-go gaming experience, but Intel reckons its new H35 Series processors could allow laptop manufacturers to make smaller and more portable machines while still retaining the high performance levels that gamers crave.
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