Intel is including new processors to its 11th Gen Core H-series lineup as we speak, and over half a dozen laptop computer producers are asserting new machines that make use of them. In whole, there are 10 new Tiger Lake-H processors being announced as we speak, together with 5 client processors and 5 business processors, with between six and eight cores. Right here’s our full writeup on the chips themselves.
In accordance with Intel, its new H-series processors might be utilized in over 30 upcoming ultraportables (aka: laptops which might be 20mm thick or much less) and upward of 80 workstations. Corporations together with Razer, HP, Asus, Lenovo, MSI, Acer, Gigabyte, and Dell are asserting their first laptops with the new chips as we speak, and we’ve rounded up their fashions beneath.
Razer has announced a spread of new Blade 15 Superior laptops that includes Intel’s 11th Gen H-series processors. At the prime of the lineup is a mannequin with a Core i9-11900H paired with an RTX 3080 GPU with 16GB of video reminiscence and a 4K 60Hz OLED touchscreen. However for those who’re on the lookout for one thing rather less highly effective, you will get a machine that’s simply 15.8mm thick, and Razer claims it’s the smallest 15-inch gaming laptop computer with RTX graphics. This thinner mannequin is a step down specs-wise: it has a Core i7-11800H, an RTX 3060 GPU, 16GB of RAM, and a QHD 240Hz IPS show.
Razer’s laptops might be accessible to preorder from Could seventeenth and can ship in June. Costs begin at $2,299. Learn extra about Razer’s new laptops right here.
HP’s ZBook Studio G8.
HP has three new laptops it’s asserting as we speak: the ZBook Fury G8, the ZBook Energy G8, and the ZBook Studio G8. The Studio G8 will be configured with as much as an Intel Core i9-11950H vPro processor, alongside an Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU with as much as 16GB of video reminiscence (there’s additionally the choice of equipping it with a extra creative-focused Nvidia RTX A5000 GPU). Obtainable show choices for the ZBook Studio G8 embrace 1080p IPS, 4K 120Hz IPS, or 4K OLED.
HP’s ZBook Studio G8 might be accessible from July at a worth that’s but to be announced. In the meantime, the Energy G8 and Fury G8 will launch sooner or later this summer time. Learn extra about HP’s new laptops right here.
The Asus ROG Zephyrus M16.
Asus has new Zephyrus laptops to deliver to the desk as we speak. First is the Zephyrus M16, which can sit above its extra mainstream G-series laptops like the Zephyrus G14 and Zephyrus G15. Asus says the M16 might be configurable with as much as an Nvidia RTX 3070 GPU, alongside Intel’s H-series chips. By way of its show, the Zephyrus M16 has a tall 16:10 side ratio, QHD decision, and 165Hz refresh charge. The corporate can also be asserting the Zephyrus S17, a premium gaming laptop computer, which is on the market with as much as an Intel Core i9-11900H, 48GB of RAM, and an Nvidia RTX 3080 with 16GB of VRAM.
Pricing and launch info for the Zephyrus M16 is but to be announced. The Zephyrus S17 might be accessible sooner or later in Q2 in North America. Learn extra about Asus’ new laptops right here.
The Lenovo Legion 7.
Whereas we’re on the matter of 16:10 shows, Lenovo’s new Legion 7i and 5i Professional gaming laptops additionally use the side ratio for his or her 16-inch screens, paired with a 165Hz refresh charge. Specs for the 7i vary as much as the flagship Intel Core i9-11980HK, which will be paired with as much as an Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU with 16GB of video reminiscence. Step right down to the Lenovo 5i Professional and your strongest choices drop to the Core i7-11800H, with an Nvidia RTX 3070. On the decrease finish, Lenovo additionally has fashions that includes Nvidia’s new RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti GPUs.
The Legion 7i and 5i Professional will each launch in June beginning at $1,769.99 and $1,329.99, respectively. In the meantime, the 5i will launch later in July with a beginning worth of $969.99. Learn extra about Lenovo’s new laptops right here.
MSI’s GL66 Pulse.
MSI is asserting a lot of new gaming and creator-focused laptops as we speak, starting from two Creator Z16 fashions (that are geared toward the varieties of consumers that might in any other case have purchased a MacBook Professional), right down to its extra gaming-focused “Katana” and “Sword” machines.
The Creator Z16 has a 120Hz 16:10 QHD+ contact show and is on the market with an Nvidia GeForce 3060, and both a Core i7-11800H or a Core i9-11900H. Stepping right down to the Creator M16 nonetheless will get you a QHD+ show, however its inside specs prime out at Nvidia’s RTX 3050 Ti and Intel’s Core i7. There’s additionally a new Creator 17 utilizing the new chips, which is on the market with as much as a Core i9 and RTX 3080, and comes full with a Mini LED show.
On the gaming aspect, MSI has additionally bumped over a half dozen laptops as much as the new processors, together with the GE76, GE66 Raider, GS76 Stealth, GS66 Stealth, GP76 Leopard, GP66 Leopard, GL76 Pulse, and GL66 Pulse. Lastly, there’s the new “Katana” and “Sword” laptops. These can be found with as much as Core i7-11800H CPUs and embrace variations with Nvidia RTX 3060, RTX 3050 Ti, and RTX 3050 GPUs.
MSI’s Creator Z16 begins at $2,599, its Katana fashions begin at $999, Sword will begin at $1,099, and pricing for the Creator M16 is but to be announced. The laptops are attributable to launch later this month on Could sixteenth. Learn extra about MSI’s new laptops right here.
Dell / Alienware
To not be unnoticed of the motion, Dell has a group of new laptops it’s asserting based mostly on Intel’s latest-generation H-series processors, with some concentrating on shoppers and avid gamers, and others geared toward enterprise customers. There are Dell-branded fashions, in addition to laptops from its Alienware subsidiary.
First up is the Alienware M15 R6. It’s accessible with as much as a Core i9 11900H, 32GB of RAM, and an Nvidia RTX 3080 with 8GB of video reminiscence. It’s received a 15.6-inch show, and there are alternatives for a 1080p 165Hz show, 1080p 360Hz, or QHD 240Hz. Dell can also be teasing the Alienware X17 in a sequence of photos, in addition to the teaser trailer embedded above. Particulars on this laptop computer are presently slim, however the firm says it’ll finally be accessible with 11th Gen Intel Core processors and 30-series GPUs from Nvidia.
Dell can also be asserting a new G15 laptop computer as we speak. The laptop computer might be accessible with as much as an Intel 11th Gen six-core Core i7 CPU, Nvidia 30-series GPUs, and a alternative of 120Hz or 165Hz refresh charges for its 15.6-inch 1080p show.
Away from its gaming machines, Dell can also be asserting revamped XPS 15 and XPS 17 laptops as we speak. They’ll be accessible with Intel’s latest processors, Nvidia RTX graphics, and there’s additionally a new OLED display model of the XPS 15. Lastly, Dell can also be releasing up to date fashions throughout its business-focused Precision and Latitude lineups.
The Alienware M15 R6 will begin at $1,299.99, the Dell G15 at $949.99, the XPS 15 at $1,199.99, and the XPS 17 at $1,399.99. All can be found from as we speak. Count on extra info on the X17 in the months forward.
The XPS 15.
Gigabyte can also be asserting new laptops throughout its Aero, Aorus, and G sequence lineups.
First up from Gigabyte are new Aero sequence laptops geared toward creators. There’s the Aero 15 OLED, which is on the market with as much as an Intel Core i9-11980HK, RTX 3080, and 4K HDR OLED show. In the meantime, the Aero 17 HDR is on the market as much as the identical specs, but it surely’s received a bigger 17.3-inch show (up from 15.6-inch with the Aero 15) which is IPS moderately than OLED.
In the meantime over on the gaming aspect, there’s the Aorus 15P, Aorus 17G, and Aorus 17X. The 15P and 17G can be found with Intel Core i7-11800H processors and as much as an Nvidia RTX 3080 with 16GB of video reminiscence. The Aorus 15P has a 15.6-inch 1080p IPS show that’s accessible with both 240Hz or 360Hz refresh charges, whereas the Aorus 17G has a 17.3-inch IPS show with a refresh charge of 300Hz. The Aorus 17X additionally has a 17.3-inch 300Hz IPS show and is on the market with as much as an RTX 3080, but it surely contains a extra highly effective Intel Core i9-11980HK processor.
Lastly, there are Gigabyte’s 15.6-inch G5 MD and G5 GD, and its 17.3-inch G7 MD, and G7 GD laptops. Decision and refresh charge is 1080p and 144Hz throughout the board. The G5 MD and G5 GD have Intel Core i5-11400H processors, the G7 MD has an i7-11800H, and the G7 GD has an i5-11400H. The laptops are outfitted with Nvidia’s new RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti GPUs.
The Aero 15 OLED begins at $1,799, and the Aero 17 HDR begins at $2,499, and each are formally on sale as we speak. The Aorus 15P begins at $1,599, and the 17G begins at $2,099 (pricing for the 17X was not accessible at time of publication), and so they’re additionally accessible beginning as we speak. Preorders for the new G5 and G7 fashions additionally open as we speak, with the G5 beginning at $1,149.
The Gigabyte Aorus 17X.
Acer has three new laptops it’s asserting as we speak: the Predator Triton 300, Predator Helios 300, and the Nitro 5. All three are spec bumps of present fashions.
The corporate says its Triton 300 might be accessible with as much as a 4.6GHz Intel 11th Gen H-series processor, an Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU, and 32GB of RAM. Obtainable shows embrace a 165Hz QHD display, or a 360Hz 1080p panel.
Subsequent up is the Helios 300. It’s additionally accessible with Intel’s latest processors paired with 32GB of RAM, but it surely maxes out at an Nvidia RTX 3070 GPU. Like the Triton 300, it’s additionally accessible with a 360Hz 1080p or a 165Hz QHD show. Equally, the Nitro 5 can also be accessible with Intel’s latest-generation chips, an RTX 3070 GPU, and 32GB of RAM. Acer says the Nitro 5 is on the market with 15.6 or 17.3-inch QHD IPS shows with 165Hz refresh charges.
The Predator Triton 300 might be accessible in North America from July beginning at $1,699, whereas the Nitro 5 might be accessible from June beginning at $999. Pricing and availability for the Predator Helios 300 was not accessible at time of publication.