Erying launches new generation of laptop CPU on ITX board

At the onset of this year, ERYING launched an array of motherboards featuring onboard CPU suites, all conforming to the Mini-ITX standard, initially offering configurations with Core i7-12700H, Core i7-12650, and Core i5-12500H. Recently, it has been divulged by enthusiasts that ERYING has introduced new upgraded offerings, unveiling six models equipped with Raptor Lake CPUs, specifically the Core i9-13900H (14 cores), Core i7-13800H (14 cores), Core i7-13700H (14 cores), Core i5-13600H (12 cores), Core i5-13500H (12 cores), and Core i5-13420H (8 cores).

In terms of aesthetics, the newly launched motherboards maintain the layout and style of the previous Alder Lake series, featuring a six-phase power design, boasting a PCIe 16x slot, at least two M.2 slots, dual SATA interfaces, and more. The cooling solutions remain consistent with Intel’s desktop offerings, ensuring compatibility with the LGA 1151x socket. For rear I/O, the boards are equipped with four USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, a USB Type-C port, an Ethernet jack, an HDMI port, a DisplayPort, and audio jacks. Presently, a complete specification sheet is not available, hence some details are lacking.

For users aiming to construct a low-power, compact PC build, these motherboards from ERYING are an excellent choice. After all, Intel’s mobile platform chips are significantly more power-efficient than their desktop counterparts, and the inclusion of a PCIe 16x slot allows for the installation of high-performance graphics cards. The pricing and specific release dates for ERYING’s motherboards remain undisclosed at this time.