When Intel introduced its 11th-gen Core H-series processors, code-named Tiger Lake-H this morning, the company said that we could expect to see more than 80 laptops powered by the 45-watt chips in the coming weeks.

PC makers announced a good number of them today, with a whole bunch of announcements about new laptops designed for gamers, content creators, and professionals looking for a mobile workstation-class computer.

I wrote individual articles for some of these new laptops, but there are so many to cover that I decided to put all of the announcements in one place. So here’s Liliputing’s roundup of Tiger Lake-H laptops announced today, with links to press releases and articles about the notebooks.

Some of the many new laptops with Tiger Lake-H chips (via Intel)

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One reply on “Tiger Lake-H laptop roundup”

  1. Too bad the Phantom Canyon NUC doesn’t use the Tiger Lake H CPUs. But from what I can tell, the Tiger Lake U CPUs aren’t too bad either.

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