Samsung has revealed a new version of its Galaxy Book Ion 13.3-inch ultra-light notebook based on Intel’s 10th Generation Core (Comet Lake) processor. Of particular interest, the model of the laptop is coupled with LPDDR4X memory, making it one of the first Comet Lake devices to ship with the newer memory. Promising, among other things, a longer battery runtime thanks to the use of LPDDR4X, the laptop should hit the market shortly. When Intel first introduced its Comet Lake-U and Comet Lake-Y CPUs with up to six cores last August, the company announced that the parts supported LPDDR4X memory, which provides significant power savings over older LPDDR3 and DDR4 memory. Unfortunately, the first production stepping did not actually support LPDDR4X, so notebook makers had to...
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