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At the big CES 2020 show being held this week in Las Vegas, top PC vendors introduced their new laptops based on 10th Gen Intel Core processors.

Intel’s “Ice Lake” processors, introduced this past May, are designed for ultra-thin laptops and 2-in-1s, and they’re based on the company’s 10nm “Sunny Cove” architecture.

Three models are currently available – i3, i5 and i7 – with up to 4 cores and 8 threads, and a 4.1 GHz max turbo frequency. Among the processors’ cool features are support for Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, and support for Intel Iris Plus graphics.

Here’s your tech provider’s update on laptops introduced at CES running on the new 10th Gen Intel Core CPUs:

Acer

Spin 3 and 5: These devices have been updated with the new Intel CPUs. The Spin 5 is a 13.5 in. device that weighs 1.2 kg (2.6 lb.) and measures 14.9 mm (0.6 in.) thin. The Spin 3, somewhat confusingly, has a larger 14-in. display. It’s also heavier and thicker, weighing 1.5 kg (3.3 lb.) and measuring 16.9 mm (0.7 in.) thin. Both devices have a 360-degree hinge.

Acer Spin 5

Swift 3: It’s a13.5-in laptop that weighs 1.19 kg (2.6 lb.) and measures 15.9 mm (0.6 in.) thin.

Acer Swift 3

TravelMate P6: This 1.1 kg (2.4 lb.) ultra thin device is notable for its battery life of up to 23 hours.

Acer TravelMate P6

For these devices, Acer hasn’t yet announced availability or prices. Learn more on this Acer 2020 page.

ASUS

VivoBook 14 and 15: These 14- and 15.6-in. laptops feature Wi-Fi as an option. Shipments are set for the second quarter of this year. Asus hasn’t announced pricing yet.

ASUS VivoBook

ExpertBook B9450: A 14-in. business laptop that weighs just 1.9 lb. and has a battery life of up to 24 hours. Prices haven’t been announced yet.

ASUS ExpertBook B945

Dell

Latitude 9510: Dell says this new device is the smallest and lightest (3.2 lb.) 15-in. laptop around. It packs both Intel Wi-Fi 6 and 5G mobile broadband capabilities, and includes vPro tech for remote management. Shipments are set for March 26, with retail price starting at about $1,800.

Dell Latitude 9510

XPS 13: A 13.4-in. laptop priced at an affordable $1,000. Shipments have already started, with retail prices ranging from $1,000 to $1,900, depending on features.

Dell XPS 13

HP

HP Spectre x360 15: A 15.6-in. convertible with Nvidia GeForce graphics and Wi-Fi 6 built in. Shipments start in March, and retail prices will begin at $1,600.

HP Spectre x360 15

Elite Dragonfly: A lightweight (2.2 lb.) laptop that adds both Intel vPro tech for remote management and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.

HP Elite Dragonfly

Get more information on both devices from this HP press release.

Lenovo

Yoga Slim 7 (aka IdeaPad 14 in N. America): A 14-inch ultraslim notebook measuring 15.4 mm (0.6 in.), it uses “Intelligent Cooling” with AI to optimize battery life by up to 20%. Shipments are set for April, with retail prices starting at about $1,210.

Lenovo Yoga Slim 7

IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook (aka Chromebook Flex 5 in N. America): A 13-inch Chrome device weighing in at just under 3 lb. It will retail for $360, with shipments set to start in June.

Lenovo IdeaPad Chromebook

ThinkBook Plus: Lenovo calls this 13.3-in. device a “laptop for the next-generation workforce.” It includes an integrated precision pen. Look for it beginning in March, with retail prices starting at $1,200.

Lenovo ThinkBook Plus

Get more info on these devices from this Lenovo press release.

 

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