CPU and GPU.
Intel is saying that there will be new products from HP and Dell featuring the new Core processors. The firm also still hasn't introduced its eighth-generation Y-series processors. The eighth Gen Intel Core processors with Radeon RX Vega M designs was first declared in November 2017. The five new processors are all oriented for laptops and not for desktops. The Core i5 will come with Hyper-Threading enabled, in other words the difference between the Core i5 and Core i7 chips will be clockspeeds and the amount of L3 cache. All the new Core i7 and Core i5 models integrate Intel's HD Graphics 630 that will help to power up to three displays.
With the Core-G series, Intel unveils four quad-core Kaby Lake processors (H-series mobile parts) paired with Vega GPU and HBM2 memory.
While the new laptops are expected to bring about 10 percent to 30 percent better CPU performance compared to the current models, they will also flaunt a smaller size and several times better graphics performance. According to a separate press release, it's great for "VR enthusiasts and workload-heavy content creators", and "it will be Intel's smallest premium VR-capable system in the market".