Intel in 2021– the year in review

2021 had a slow start for Intel. The gears were in motion for some exciting things, but most of the year was dedicated to the ever-flowing incremental upgrades to Intel’s 14nm process and new products that didn’t muster the same fervor as AMD’s parts. Intel came into 2021 fresh off the launch of its Tiger Lake U-series processors and caught in the shadow of AMD’s Ryzen 5000 Series CPUs. So, let’s jump back in time to the point and see how Intel’s year played out.

Thin gaming laptops via Tiger Lake 

Intel started with a bit of a splash for PC gamers. It’s introduction of high-power Tiger Lake H35 mobile processors let it show off powerful gaming laptops that flew under the radar with ultrabook form factors. With so many chunky gaming laptops that are hard to take about due to their size and weight, a shift here was welcome. These Tiger Lake processors also came alongside support for PCIe 4.0. 

Ever more 14nm

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