State of Intel 2022 | Laptop Mag

All hail the king. And yes, when it comes to processors and to a lesser extent, graphics cards, Intel is the king. The company’s name has been synonymous with chips both mobile and desktop for decades, setting the stage for wave upon wave of innovation. However, there’s been some trouble in paradise as of late, with the company having to admit that it was years behind in achieving its next manufacturing milestone, the 7-nanometer chip in 2020. 

Since then, Intel has undergone a few changes, including a new CEO and a new gameplan with a goal to reclaim its place as the undisputed leader of chips by 2025. In order to achieve this lofty goal, Intel must employ strong, bold tactics. I had the opportunity to sit down with Daniel Rogers, Senior Director of Intel to discuss the current state of the company and the future. 

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We are currently enjoying Intel’s 12th Gen chips codenamed Alder Lake. You’ve got your usual cast of characters including your H and U series, but there’s also the new P-Series which takes a page out of ARM’s book and creates a chip that combines performance and efficiency. And so far, we’re impressed. We’ve reviewed the Dell XPS 13 Plus, the first in the XPS line to support a 28W processor. And while the laptop is polarizing on design, you can’t argue with its performance.

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