Intel’s current generation of processor lineup is quite confusing as is, but it didn’t stop Intel from adding 11 laptop processors and 9 desktop processors along with its new H370, H310 and B360 chipsets to its portfolio. These new 8th gen Intel processors join the already available 5 laptop class processors and 6 desktop processors. Combined, this brings the total count on mobile processors to 16 parts (not counting 5 G-series processors). On the desktop side, there are now 15 parts. So, it is a legitimate question to ask, which one to buy or invest into? Hence, to give you some clarity on the matter, here is a speculative analysis on where these chips might fall.
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