Amazingly thin Windows 10 laptops and tablets will soon become available with Intel’s new Kaby Lake chips, which were announced at CES. These chips, called 7th Generation Core, will extend laptop battery life to new highs, and bring new capabilities like 4K video. You’ll also enjoy VR by connecting headsets to Kaby Lake laptops or tablets. There’s a lot more to Kaby Lake, and here’s what you can expect from PCs:
Thinner and lighter laptops
Laptops and tablets with Kaby Lake are so thin and light that their weight in a backpack is not noticeable, unless it’s a fully loaded gaming PC. Samsung’s new 13.3-inch Notebook 9 weighs an amazing 816 grams, but offers only seven hours of battery life. Low-power Kaby Lake chips will also be in laptops and 2-in-1 devices from Lenovo, HP, Acer and Dell that weigh 1 to 1.5 kilograms.