Intel defines ultra-portable gaming laptops that are not more than 18mm thick and have excellent single-core performance

A few days ago, Redmi launched the Redmi Pro notebook, which uses Intel’s 35W TDP Tigerl Lake processor. This is one of the earliest 10nm H35 notebooks, and this notebook is an ultra-portable gaming notebook defined by Intel.

Today Intel officially confirmed that they and their partners have redefined a new kind of notebook-Ultraportable Gaming Laptop, which translates as an ultraportable gaming notebook.

How to explain this kind of notebook? In Intel’s words, they have studied the needs of players, and 40% of gamers want to use lighter, thinner, more functional gaming laptops. These notebooks are also suitable for work, study, content creation and personal activities.

Simply put, ultra-portable notebooks have certain gaming performance, but they are not as high as a gaming notebook in the usual sense. It keeps the light and thin of an office notebook, which is somewhere in between.

In addition, there is another way to distinguish. Generally, the CPU of the thin and light notebook is 15W TDP (the configuration can reach 28W), and the processor of the game notebook is usually 45W TDP. The manufacturer can stack up to 60W, 70W or even higher. The processor TDP of the ultra-portable gaming notebook is 35W, which is also between the two.

As for the specific standards of ultra-portable gaming laptops, Intel has also given some specifications. The screen size is between 14-15 inches, the thickness is not ultra-high 18mm , and the 11th generation Core processor, especially the H35 version, has a notebook. The best single-threaded performance in the game, playing games at high quality and 4K resolution, including most e-sports and 3A games.

Intel said that in the first half of 2021, Asus, Acer, VAIO, MSI and other companies will launch this type of notebook, totaling more than 40 models, of which MSI’s Stealth15M is still one of the thinnest 15-inch gaming laptops in history.