Intel announced the launch of a new low-power series of Alder Lake-PS processors, the 12th-generation Core HL/UL series, which are based on mobile platform chips and use a low Z-height BGA package. Designed for IoT applications, it can also be used for edge video, supporting Windows IoT Enterprise and display virtualization.
Alder Lake-PS is still a high-performance hybrid at a price, built on the Intel 7 process, and has the same basic specs as Alder Lake-P. The power consumption configuration of the 12th generation Core HL/UL series processors ranges from 12W to 60W, the iGPU is configured with up to 96 EUs and supports DDR5-4800 or DDR4-3200 memory.
The Alder Lake-PS has a total of 11 processors, five of which belong to the HL series, with 8 to 14 cores, a TDP of 45W, and minimum power consumption of 35W, and a maximum of 60W. The five models belong to the UL series, with 6 to 10 cores, a TDP of 15W, and minimum power consumption of 12W, and a maximum of 28W. There is also a Celeron with 5 cores and a TDP of 15W.