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Computex 2024: Leo and Steve discuss Intel Lunar Lake (featuring Gamers Nexus)

We couldn't let Computex go by without catching up with Steve of Gamers Nexus. Leo and Steve met up in the event halls to go over all of Intel's major announcements this week, including the unveiling of Lunar Lake. 

Intel's primary announcement at Computex this year was Lunar Lake, the next generation of low-power laptop processors. Using a tweaked hybrid architecture, Intel has been able to do away with Hyper Threading, and the NPU has had some significant upgrades too, with Intel looking to overtake the likes of AMD and Qualcomm for AI performance.

One of the big questions here, is Intel on the defensive? Qualcomm has impressed thus far with its Arm-based Snapdragon X Elite processors, which will power a range of Windows laptops this year and could potentially eat into Intel's market share. Leo and Steve offer their opinions in the full video.

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KitGuru Says: Leo will be in a video on the Gamers Nexus channel too, so keep an eye out for that. 

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