Intel 11th Gen Tiger Lake Laptops Performance, Prices

Intel Ice Lake Laptops were launched at a high price around the end of last season. Will the very first Tiger Lake Laptops be just too expensive. We are optimistic the exceptional performance-per-dollar of present AMD Ryzen Zen 2 Notebooks will convince OEMs to start Tiger Lake versions at reduced costs.

Following a rugged 10th gen introduction Intel is willing to begin over again using its 11th gen Tiger Lake series. Early results are promising with incorporated Xe Graphics outperforming the GeForce MX350 at least based on Intel. Important OEMs such as Lenovo, Asus, and MSI are already planning to start their newest laptops all outfitted with Intel 11th gen CPUs from October at the very earliest. 1 important factor, nevertheless, remains a puzzle.

Though we’ve got a fantastic idea how the very first Intel Tiger Lake Laptops will do we still don’t have any clue just how much they will really cost. If that is anything to go by, then the very first Tiger Lake Laptops may be just as expensive.

High cost points may weaken the possible effect of Tiger Lake particularly when considering that present Ryzen 7 4700U laptops can give almost the exact same functionality for hundreds of dollars less. The Ryzen-powered Asus VivoBook 14 as an instance, sells for only $700 USD and that is before all of the prices that outlets will necessarily push to create space for Tiger Lake units.