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By affixing this logo, it proves that the notebook has passedIntelThe engineer-led certification process includes key experience indicators that meet specific platform requirements and six innovation areas: immediate response, performance and responsiveness, AI performance, battery life, connectivity, and form factor.
It is reported that,Dell's new XPS 13 2-in-1 notebook will be the first to use this new logoIt is also one of the first notebooks to be certified by the Athena Program and is currently available for sale to Dell users on Dell's official website.
This logo will be used in the coming weeks.HP EliteBook x360 1040, EliteBook x360 830And Acer,Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo,SamsungAll will be launching new Athena notebook products during the Christmas season this year.
The Athena Project is Intel's ambitious initiative to deliver new high-end notebooks that help people stay focused, ready to go, and adapt to different everyday roles.
With the support of more than 100 ecosystem partners, Intel is committed to Athena's long-term research to define new experience goals and product specifications, joint engineering support, innovative exploration, and co-marketing.
Through extensive ecosystem collaboration, Athens plans to drive innovation across the PC platform, create a better notebook application experience, and help people accomplish the most important tasks.
It is worth noting thatAthena notebook is not limited to a certain generation of Core processorIt can be the latest 10nm Ice Lake tenth generation, or the previous 14nm Coffee Lake eighth and ninth generation, and the new logo will be used with the Core logo.