Intel has a prototype for its future Meteor Lake CPU lineup that runs on Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS. The company did its first tests for the series back in October last year, but it looks like it’s much more in development now.

Michelle Johnston Holthaus, EPV and GM at Intel’s Customer Computing Group, shared his own picture with cpu from Twitter. He also reported that the Meteor Lake processor was officially launched. Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger went even further: It would be possible to boot all three operating systems with the CPU.

Meteor Lake will be Intel’s 14th generation CPUs after Raptor Lake and is expected in 2023. This will be Intel’s first processor made up of several separate parts called ‘chiplets’. One of these chips will be the Intel Arc GPU.


Source: Hardware Info

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