Recently, Intel has announced its all-new 11th Generation Core H35 Processor series, based on a 10nm manufacturing process. The processors are designed for notebooks with discrete graphics. However, they also included the company’s latest integrated graphics technology for increasing the graphics performance of a 10th-gen Core H “Comet Lake” processor.
Today, Redmi has also announced that the company plans to launch the latest generation of their famous notebook, “RedmiBook Pro.” This would be the first batch of products equipped with the 11th Generation Intel Core H35 high-performance processor and a member of Redmi’s new thin and light notebook series.
As reported, Intel’s 11th-Generation Core Tiger Lake-H35 Processor is an upgraded version of the previous low-voltage U series, all with four cores and eight threads and with a turbo frequency of up to 5.0GHz. According to Intel, it will cover more than 40 notebooks in the first half of the year.
In terms of performance, single-threading is 15% higher than the 10th-generation Core U series, 9% higher than the 11th-generation Core U series, multi-threaded and 11th-generation Core U series are increased by more than 40% GPU performance and 10th-generation Core standard pressure are improved More than twice.
The General Manager of Redmi (Lu Weibing) said that in 2021, Redmi would continue to carry out high quality and the ultimate price-performance ratio under the banner of “moving people’s hearts and kind prices,” bringing more surprises to everyone.
As mentioned, the all-new RedmiBook Pro will be officially released next month. Also, Redmi will release the Redmi K40 series next month. It is speculated that RedmiBook Pro may appear at the Redmi K40 series new product launch event.