Intel has released the details of its 10th generation laptop CPUs. Intel will have 11 different processor models, which will range from a dual-core i3 model to a quad-core i7 model. All of the new laptop CPUs are built using Intel's 10-nanometer "Sunny Cove" architecture. The new architecture system is able to process 18% more instructions than previous models. This means that the new processors are able to perform more tasks at the same speed as previous Intel processors.
The company has also indicated that the more powerful 10th generation processors will be able to perform at 4.1 GHz boost speeds. Other speed upgrades in the chips include enlarged L1 and L2 cache, which will increase the processing speeds for menial computing tasks.