Intel has expanded the tenth generation of Core mobile processors. It announced the new chips of the Comet Lake family with an increased number of cores and higher performance compared to Ice Lake.Moreover, the changes in them are purely evolutionary. The new processors are manufactured using a 14-nanometer process technology and are not much different from Coffee Lake. In fact, the main difference was that the flagship Core i7-10710U has six cores and twelve threads of instructions. Simpler models – Core i7-10510U and Core i5-10210U – received four cores and eight threads, and the younger Core i3-10110U has two cores and four threads. The chips also support DDR4-2666 and LPDDR4x-2933 memory.In addition, cost-effective Y-series solutions with reduced power consumption were presented. As part of the line, Core i5 and Core i7 received four cores and eight threads, and Core i3 – two cores and four threads. The declared overall performance growth is up to 16% compared to the previous generation and up to 41% in Office 365. If we compare the new products with processors five years ago, then the increase in power was 2–2.5 times. The processors boast a 15–25 W heat package for the U-series and 4.5, 7 and 9 W for the Y series. And Dynamic Tuning technology allows you to manipulate frequencies and provides an increase in performance by 8–12%. Finally, the processors are equipped with Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 wireless controllers (speed of more than 1 Gbit / s). But Thunderbolt 3, like the Ice Lake processors, is missing. The release dates of ready-made solutions based on new processors have not yet been announced.