Intel® Evo™ Laptops for Holiday 2021

Intel® Evo™ laptops offer:

  • Premium mobile experience based on thousands of hours of research.

  • Responsive performance and long battery life in thin-and-light form factors.

  • Cutting-edge connectivity with Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt™ 4.

  • Devices co-engineered and validated with laptop makers.

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Whether you’re shopping for yourself or looking for someone else, the last thing you want to do is compromise. That’s why we worked closely with leading laptop makers to co-engineer a lineup of premium thin-and-light designs based on the Intel® Evo™ platform. Each one delivers a combination of purposeful technologies and real-world performance that you can take everywhere.

To wear the Intel Evo badge, devices must meet a series of key experience indicators based on thousands of hours of research into how people use their laptops. From waking up in less than a second to juggling multiple local and cloud-based apps, these requirements ensure an exceptional experience for everyday activities.

Intel Evo systems feature 11th Gen Intel® Core™ mobile processors augmented by Intel® Iris® Xe integrated graphics. They’re 40% more responsive1 than a two-year-old laptop and offer at least nine hours of battery life with a Full HD display2. Performance with photo and video editing is up to 3x faster than the competition3. Thanks to Wi-Fi 6, Intel Evo laptops also enjoy faster connectivity on compatible networks. And with Thunderbolt™ 4, they provide 40Gb/s of bandwidth over a single cable that’s compatible with an ecosystem of verified peripherals, including docking stations, displays, storage, and external GPUs.

By carefully co-engineering and validating Intel Evo designs with laptop makers, we can help ensure that they deliver an exceptional mobile experience. This approach provides a measure of consistency, but we still encourage our partners to innovate, resulting in a diverse collection of devices that offers different implementations of the same formula.

The Acer Swift 3 refines the traditional laptop form factor, the Asus ZenBook Duo 14 introduces a second screen, the Dell XPS 13 is wrapped in a CNC-machined body, the HP Spectre x360 14 flips its 3:2 touchscreen, the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7i Pro includes a high-refresh display, the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 brings Intel Evo to a detachable tablet, the MSI Prestige 14 blends aesthetics and essentials, the Razer Book adds splashes of color, and the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 is available with 5G connectivity. Read on to see which ones are the best match for you or the people your list.

Notices & Disclaimers

Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.

Performance results are based on testing as of dates shown in configurations and may not reflect all publicly available updates. See backup for configuration details. See www.intel.com/Evo for configuration details.

Intel doesn’t control or audit third-party data.  You should consult laptop manufacturer product pages to evaluate accuracy.

Product and Performance Information

1Measured average responsiveness of premium Windows OS-based designs while performing typical workflows in a realistic environment, compared to 2-year-old design equivalent. Results may vary. Details at intel.com/evo.
2Time taken to drain from 100% to critical battery level while performing typical workflows in a realistic environment. Results may vary. Details at intel.com/evo.
3As measured by photo and video editing workflows. For complete information about performance and benchmark results, visit www.intel.com/11thgen.