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Here is a list of every laptop we know announced with Coffee Lake-H

Here is a list of every laptop we know announced with Coffee Lake-H (Image source: Intel)
Here is a list of every laptop we know announced with Coffee Lake-H (Image source: Intel)
It's a big day for Intel with new laptops coming in from every direction seemingly all at once. We've compiled a list of everything announced to keep track of it all and we expect more to be come throughout the rest of the month. Here is the first wave of Coffee Lake-H notebooks.

As is tradition when a new generation of processors arrives, there is a wealth of refreshed devices at the starting line just waiting to launch with the new platform in tow. The release of Coffee Lake-H this week is no different. Nearly every major manufacturer will be updating their respective product families with everything from simple internal processor upgrades to complete chassis redesigns. Interestingly, Lenovo is remaining tight-lipped about its plans with Coffee Lake-H and its Legion series for now.

The following incomplete list of devices will be some of the first to carry Coffee Lake-H and they are all are expected to be available within the next month or so. Note that these are confirmed devices at the time of publishing - not rumors or unannounced models. The purpose of this list is to provide a condensed and easy-to-read reference of what new laptops users can look out for this Summer.

A more detailed overview of the Coffee Lake-H platform and its performance can be found on our dedicated page here.

Coffee Lake-H Laptop Notes
Acer Nitro V 15 Internal CPU update
Acer Nitro V 17 Internal CPU update
Aorus X5 v8 Internal CPU update up to Core i7. New 144 Hz IPS panels, faster DDR4-2666 RAM
Aorus X7 DT v8 Internal CPU update up to Core i7. New 144 Hz IPS panels, faster DDR4-2666 RAM
Aorus X9 DT v8 Internal update to Core i9. New 144 Hz IPS panels, faster DDR4-2666 RAM, introduces G-Sync. No more SLI SKUs
Asus ROG G703 Internal CPU update up to Core i9. Faster DDR4-2666 RAM, faster storage, 144 Hz display options
Asus ROG GL703 Internal update with only Core i7 option. 144 Hz and 120 Hz panel options
Asus Zenbook Pro UX550 Internal CPU update up to Core i7
Asus Zephyrus GM501 New chassis design with Core i7 and standard GTX 1070
Dell Alienware 15 Internal CPU update up to Core i9. Slight design tweaks and promise of improved thermals
Dell Alienware 17 Internal CPU update up to Core i9. Slight design tweaks and promise of improved thermals
Dell XPS 15 9570 Internal CPU update up to Core i7. New GTX 1050 Ti option
Dell G3, G5, G7 Series New mainstream lineup of gaming notebooks with Core i5 to Core i9 options
Eurocom Q6 Internal CPU update to Core i7. New 120 Hz FHD display option
Eurocom Q8 17.3-inch model with FHD, QHD, UHD, and Core i9-8950HK options
Gigabyte Aero 15, Aero 15X Slightly thinner chassis design with only Core i7 option. New 144 Hz/7 ms 1080p IPS panel, faster USB and SD card reader
HP Omen 15 Internal CPU update
HP Omen 17 Internal CPU update
MSI GT63, GT75, GT83 Internal CPU update. Only the GT75 will have the Core i9-8950HK option for now
MSI GS65 New chassis design with 4.9 mm thin bezels. Up to Core i7-8750H, 144 Hz/7 ms 1080p IPS panel
MSI GS63, GS73 Series Internal CPU update up to Core i7
MSI GE63, GE73 Raider Series New chassis design, per-key RGB lighting
MSI GP, GF, GL, GV Series Internal CPU update up to Core i7
Samsung Notebook Odyssey Z Chassis redesign. Up to Core i7 and GTX 1060. Shipping now in Asia and Q3 in U.S.
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Allen Ngo, 2018-04- 3 (Update: 2018-04- 4)
Allen Ngo
Allen Ngo - US Editor in Chief
After graduating with a B.S. in environmental hydrodynamics from the University of California, I studied reactor physics to become licensed by the U.S. NRC to operate nuclear reactors. There's a striking level of appreciation you gain for everyday consumer electronics after working with modern nuclear reactivity systems astonishingly powered by computers from the 80s. When I'm not managing day-to-day activities and US review articles on Notebookcheck, you can catch me following the eSports scene and the latest gaming news.