Meet Tiger Lake H35, Intel’s new bid for ultraportable gaming laptops

Intel is teaming up with Acer, Asus, MSI and Vaio at CES for the new H35 chips. Plus: Tiger Lake Chromebooks, ‘Jasper Lake’ Celeron chips, and an odd partnership with Amazon Alexa.

Intel is carving out a new ultraportable gaming segment with a specific variant of its 11th-gen Tiger Lake Core chips, known as the H35—complemented by a new “Special Edition” brand and even a desktop-like, 8-core H-series chip that will debut later this quarter, promising massive bandwidth.

Intel also said that it would bring Tiger Lake to Chromebooks, complete with Thunderbolt capabilities.

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