Official on the Day of Presentation of the First Coffee House Family Intel CPUs, presumably with models for notebook systems as it did in previous launches
Next August 21, in the late afternoon for the Italian time zone, Intel will officially launch the first eighth generation Core processors. The news was officially announced by the US company, which will use it for streaming on its Facebook channel as well as on its website.
It is easy to imagine, knowing the timing of the new CPU architectures that the American company has held over the last few years, that the announcement will focus on the first eighth generation Core CPUs designed for notebook systems. One of the graphics developed to promote the event is also focused on a notebook seen laterally.
Intel will definitely show some of the products based on these processors, but many others will be shown by partner manufacturers at the IFA in Berlin at the end of August. It is unclear whether Intel will also announce the desktop versions of the eighth generation Core processors: in view of the presentation of recent years, it is conceivable that for these Intel models it can wait a few months, shifting its presentation towards the end of the year.
Recall that the eighth generation Intel Core processors, known as the Coffee Lake code name, will continue to use 14-nanometer technology as well as the currently available Kaby Lake solutions.