Intel’s next-generation Lunar Lake CPUs to launch in September – Report

Intel’s Lunar Lake CPUs are reportedly delayed – September launch planned

Intel’s next-generation Lunar Lake CPUs are reportedly arriving a little later than expected, with a September launch seeming likely. This will be ahead of Intel’s Innovation 2024 event. It has also been claimed by Benchlife that Intel’s next-generation Arrow Lake desktop and high-end laptop CPUs are unaffected by this delay.

Intel’s Arrow Lake CPUs are expected to shake up the mainstream laptop. With new CPU, GPU, and NPU architectures, Intel are delivering much more AI throughput and much higher power efficiency levels. With Lunar Lake, Intel are delivering a major leap in power efficiency while making AI PCs more readily available.

Arrow Lake is due to launch soon after Lunar Lake’s September launch. Currently, an October launch for Arrow Lake desktop CPUs seems likely. Arrow Lake will replace Raptor Lake as Intel’s consumer desktop CPU offering, giving users more performance with new P-Core and E-Core designs. Like Lunar Lake, Arrow Lake is set to be more performant and efficient than its predecessor. That said, Intel has not discussed Arrow Lake in great detail.

Lunar Lake is Intel’s answer to new Qualcomm-powered ARM laptops. With Lunar Lake, Intel promises users more performance and high levels of power efficiency. Intel wants to prove that x86 doesn’t need the be replaced by ARM in the laptop market.

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