Intel and Nvidia have announced new laptops for 2017 that offer a new level of efficiency and features that are aimed at gamers.
Both companies have been working to make laptops more efficient and more powerful, and Nvidia has been focused on improving its graphics processing capabilities.
Lenovo has also introduced a new laptop, the Lenovo IdeaPad X220, that’s aimed at both business and consumer customers.
Here’s what you need to know about the new laptops.
Intel has launched a new version of its Core i7 processor, the Intel Core i9-7900X, with the latest Intel Graphics Broadwell-U architecture.
The X220 is the first laptop to include Intel’s new Graphics Broadcom-U chips, which are aimed specifically at gamers and developers.
Intel is also bringing its new Xeon Phi CPUs and new Xeon Scalable processors, the Xeon Phi 5100 and the Xeon Scalability 5100, to the X220.
Both the X230 and X220 are also Intel’s first laptops with the Intel-designed Intel Graphics Accelerated Processor Family (GABF), a family of processors that combines the power of a CPU with the efficiency of an GPU.
The Core i8 and i9 processors have become standard for many laptops since they’re faster and more efficient than Intel’s previous generation processors.
But this year Intel’s offering is focused on gaming, specifically with the addition of a quad-core Intel Core processor.
This quad-processor version is a significant upgrade from the Core i5 processors that are also offered with the X210.
Intel says the new processor offers up to 50% faster performance and up to 30% lower power consumption than the previous generation.
The new processor also adds a new GPU, Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200, with up to a 64-bit performance boost.
The processor can also support DDR4-1866 memory, which is significantly faster than previous versions of the Core processors.
The latest Intel Xeon Phi chips are also available in the X225, which has an Intel Iris 4200 graphics processor, 4GB of DDR4 RAM and an Intel Core M processor.
There’s also a new Intel Core L processor with the same GPU as the X215, but it can only be found in the Lenovo ThinkPad X230.
Both these processors are aimed more at developers than at consumers.
The Intel Iris 5200 is aimed at developers and developers who need fast performance.
The Iris Pro 5000 is aimed more specifically at professionals.
Both chips have a 2.5GHz CPU, 128GB of PCIe 3.0 storage and support up to eight simultaneous displays.
Both processors are also designed to work with up-to-date drivers for the latest Windows 10 operating system.
Lenovo’s IdeaPad Pro x220 and IdeaPad L220 have the same Intel Iris processors, so the two notebooks feature the same graphics.
Lenovo says the X240 is an advanced desktop computer that offers a lot of features, including 802.11ac Wi-Fi, up to 8GB of RAM, USB 3.1 Gen 2 and a Thunderbolt port.
The IdeaPad x220 has 4GB DDR4 memory and comes with an Intel i7-6700HQ processor.
The x220 can be upgraded to the new i9 processor for a price of $3,999.
Lenovo also offers a new ThinkPad laptop with a quad core Intel Core CPU, a quad GPU, 8GB RAM, a USB 3 Gen 2 port, 802.1x, 802, Bluetooth 4.0 and a 256GB SSD.
Lenovo and Dell are also offering a new slate of laptops aimed at consumers with the new ThinkPads.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X220 and X225 both have the Intel Iris processor.
Lenovo is also making the ThinkPad Yoga 7 tablet with a Core i3 processor, 64GB of flash storage, Bluetooth 5.0, an 8-inch screen and an HDMI port.