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This will be the 11th Gen Intel Core sticker on Tiger Lake ultrabooks and laptops

The Tiger Lake architecture is built on Intel's 10 nm++ process node. (Image source: The Verge)
The Tiger Lake architecture is built on Intel's 10 nm++ process node. (Image source: The Verge)
Leaks have offered a look at the sticker on the next-generation of Intel-powered ultrabooks and laptops. Spied in leaked Lenovo product materials, the new logo may make for an eye-catching addition to 11th Gen Tiger Lake machines later this year.
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As Intel's Tiger Lake architecture gathers steam, the sticker that the company has chosen for its next-generation processors has turned up in leaked Lenovo promotional materials. Published on Twitter by WalkingCat, the logo is visible in multiple slides about the Yoga Slim 7 Pro, Yoga 9 and Yoga Slim 9 laptops.

The image of the icon is rather small, so we cannot make out the text above the Intel Core i7 logo. However, it is a marked change from the Ice Lake and Comet Lake series stickers that Intel went with last year. Instead of the rather bland silver gradient that Intel applied to its most-recent stickers, its Tiger Lake one will be neon blue set against a black background. We would expect the sticker to set appearing on ultrabooks and laptops later this year and into 2021.

The Tiger Lake series will be based on Intel's 10 nm++ process node. The architecture will feature Intel's new Xe Gen12 GPUs, which will have up to 96 Execution Units (EUs). Tiger Lake processors will also support PCIe 4.0, Thunderbolt 4, USB 4 and LPDDR5 RAM. The microarchitecture will support HDMI 2.1 too and will launch towards the end of the year.

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A heavily-zoomed version of the Intel Tiger Lake sticker. (Image source: WalkingCat)
A heavily-zoomed version of the Intel Tiger Lake sticker. (Image source: WalkingCat)
(Image source: WalkingCat)
(Image source: WalkingCat)
(Image source: WalkingCat)

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Alex Alderson, 2020-07-16 (Update: 2020-07-16)