Laptops and notebook PCs using Intel’s first Tiger Lake chips will begin shipping in October, an Intel representative confirmed in early September.
Up to that announcement, Intel had been cagey, stating that the first laptops using its new Tiger Lake chips (see page 7) would be available this fall in time for the holiday season. Its latest presentation also clarified a fact that was left out of its press release: Two of the nine new Tiger Lake chips, the Core i3-1125G4 and Core i3-1120G4, won’t be available until 2021. Some observers grumbled that Intel should have waited to launch Tiger Lake until PC makers were ready to ship.
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