Discrete GPU from Intel Launched for Laptops

Leading Desktop and Laptop Processor and Chipmaker Intel recently launched the Intel Iris Xe Max Graphics for better graphical performance for laptops. This graphics processor will be available for some thin and lightweight laptops from different companies like Acer, etc.

The Intel Xe Max Graphics is based on the same microarchitecture as used for the Intel Xe Graphics in the 11th Gen Intel Core Processors for Laptops or Affordable Laptops and Notebooks. This Graphics Processing Unit from Intel will be first available in Acer Swift 3x, Asus Vivobook Flip TP470, and Dell Inspiron 15 7000 2 in 1.Intel announced that these are the First Devices which will have the 11th Gen Intel Processors (U-Series) along with the Intel Iris Xe Max Graphics and Intel Deep Link Technology.

The Deeplink Technology will help Software Developers build compatible software for Affordable laptops with the Mobile Processors from Intel. The main Deep Link-empowered applications use Intel Media SDK, Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolbox, and Intel VTune Profiler. Engineers will likewise have the option to use Deep Link innovation utilizing Intel’s cross-design oneAPI toolboxes. The current best GPU for Affordable Laptops is nVidia GeForce MX350 and Intel plans to replace this GPU with the Iris Xe Max Graphics.