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Technology Intel used a 17-inch foldable tablet to show off its 'Tiger Lake' platform

04:10  07 january  2020
04:10  07 january  2020 Source:   engadget.com

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Tiger Lake , Intel 's next-generation Core mobile platform , is coming later this year. And to prove it, the company trotted out 17 - inch foldable OLED tablet Those specs are nice and all, but mainly we wanted to see more of that enormous Horseshoe Bend tablet concept. It ' s by far the largest foldable

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Tiger Lake, Intel's next-generation Core mobile platform, is coming later this year. And to prove it, the company trotted out 17-inch foldable OLED tablet, codenamed Horseshoe Bend, as an example of what it's future chips can achieve. So far, Intel is saying Tiger Lake (below) will feature "double-digit performance gains," huge improvements for AI processing and Thunderbolt 4, which will be four times as fast as USB 3.0. It'll also be the first time Intel will build high performance chips on its 10nm+, and of course, it'll include the company's Xe graphics, which it says will match some dedicated GPUs.

a man holding a laptopa man wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: Intel Horseshoe Bend and Tiger Lake© Provided by Engadget Intel Horseshoe Bend and Tiger Lake

Those specs are nice and all, but mainly we wanted to see more of that enormous Horseshoe Bend tablet concept. It's by far the largest foldable OLED we've seen -- when layed flat, it looks as big as a full-sized PC monitor. The folding mechanism seemed iffy, unsurprisingly, but it's existence is a sign that Intel is thinking big for new PC form factors. Literally.

While it's unclear when, exactly, the first Tiger Lake systems will appear, you can expect them after its upcoming 10th-gen H Series chips, which will break the 5GHz barrier.

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