Intel has finally revealed its 10th-generation Comet Lake vPro processor lineup. The lineup comes in three flavors: mobile, desktop, and workstation. All the processors in this lineup consist of the similar Comet Lake silicon with additional features. So, let’s talk about the processors subjectively, starting with mobile CPUs.
Like always, Intel has this time focused on security and manageability. Talking about the performance, it is still pretty much the same, you will see Core i7-10810U as the vPro version of the 15W Hexacore Core i7-10710U, and Core i5-10310U as the vPro version of the Core i5-10210U, etc.
The mobile CPUs mostly consist of H-series class processors with a TDP of 45W. Other than that, there are three U-series mobile CPUs with a TDP of 15W. The H-series mobile CPUs consists of i9-10855H, i7-10875H, i7-10850H, i5-10400H, W-10885M, and W-10855M. While the U-series mobile CPUs consist of i7-10810U, i7-10610U, and i5-10310U.
As for the desktop CPUs, the lineup consists of 10th-gen Intel Core i9 CPUs with vPro, Core i7 CPUs with vPro, and Core i5 CPUs with vPro. The Core i9 contains three processors: i9-10900K, i9-10900, and i9-10900T. The Core i7 includes three processors: i7-10700K, i7-10700, and i7-10700T. Lastly, the Core i5 comprises of five processors: i5-10600K, i5-10600, i5-10600T, i5-10500, and i5-10500T.
According to Intel, when compared to a three-year-old laptop, these chipsets performed 40% faster in application performance and 36% better in office productivity. And compared to a 5-year-old desktop, the performance speed was 44% faster. If you are looking to upgrade your old PC, you can check out these chipsets.
In conclusion, the complete vPro lineup comprises of 15W U-series and 45W H-series on mobile, Comet Lake S and Xeon on desktop. However, the exact launch schedule and launch partners are still under covers.