The Taiwanese PC market anticipates that Intel’s next Meteor Lake CPU-powered laptops would be quite expensive because to their AI tag. Intel unveiled its first-generation Core Ultra processor family, codenamed Meteor Lake. The new CPUs will be completely new in every way, including the first chiplet design made feasible by a variety of process technologies, primarily “Intel 4.” The CPU has a hybrid core design with Redwood Cove P-Cores and Crestmont E-Cores, as well as a brand new Alchemist Xe-LPG GPU design and an NPU (Neural Processing Unit) that will handle AI-specific tasks.
During the announcement, Intel’s CEO, Pat Gelsinger, only mentioned the AI aspect of the next-generation CPUs, while media sources went into detail about the Meteor Lake CPUs’ numerous components. However, yesterday’s presentation made it abundantly clear to consumers that Intel’s key selling point for Meteor Lake laptops will be AI, which is currently the buzzword in the whole tech world.
During the event, the only Meteor Lake laptops on display were an Intel Reference design and an ACER design.
According to UDN’s claim, ACER will be one of the first OEMs to release Meteor Lake CPUs, which also includes pricing information. The prices are, in fact, estimations provided by Intel partners in the industry and the broader PC market. While the official launch will take place on December 14th, the majority of people may not be able to get their hands on the latest laptops until early 2024.
That’s when all of Intel’s partners will be releasing their designs, but even then, the first laptops won’t be cheap. In fact, Intel’s Meteor Lake laptops are expected to cost more than $50,000 NTD, which equates to roughly $1500 USD. That is an extremely high price, and we must remember that Taiwanese pricing includes taxes. Even yet, it appears that the first-generation Core Ultra CPUs will command a high price.
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