The German notebook provider Schenker is at the front with the fresh start of Intel’s elf Core I generation at the top: The first notebook is the VIA 14 with the new processors of the Tiger Lake series is updated.
As with Schenker ubrow, the buyer can determine the equipment. At the beginning, there are only variants with the Core i7-1165G7, then consequences then gorgeous models with Core I5-1135G7. Both are square kernels in which the integrated IRIS-XE graphics unit in full extension with 96 EUS.
8 GB of DDR4 stores are leased to the motherboard, over a SO-DIMM slot, the RAM can be up to 40 GB. Inside there are also two M.2 slots for PCI Express SSDs ready, but of which only one PCIe 4.0 speaks. A USB-C port dominates data controllers according to USB 4 and Thunderbolt 4, indicates DisplayPort-1.4B signals and serves to load the notebook battery. The latter summarizes 73 Wh, should last up to 14 hours and leave rapidly loading (90 percent of 90 minutes). An HDMI-2.0B output and USB-A jacks are also on board.
Schenker Via 14
Optionally, the new VIA 14 is available with a LTE modem. In addition, the antennas are already prepared for Wi-Fi 6e; Corresponding Wi-Fi modules will offer Schenker as soon as they are available. The VIA 14 is around 17 millimeters flat and weighs only 1.1 kilograms thanks to its magnesium understanding. The keyboard is illuminated, an IR webcam allows biometric logging in via Windows Hello. The mat Full HD IPS screen [1920 × 1080 pixels) should create up to 300 cd / m² and remain just below the sRGB color space.
Schenker wants to start the sale of VIA 14 at the end of September; The delivery should be made from the end of October. The basic configuration with CORE I7-1165G7, 8 GB RAM and a 250 GB SATA SSD (Samsung 860 EVO) costs around 1250 euros without Windows license.