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Backlit keyboard
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Experience in store
Experience in store

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In stock in the store

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Laptops with 8th generation Intel Core processor

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The 8th generation Intel Core processors were launched in August 2017 before the 9th generation in stores, the fastest processors from Intel to date. The 8th generation is faster, more efficient and also a lot more efficient than the previous generation. Do you use the laptop for more than watching a movie or typing a report? Then choose an Intel Pentium or Core i3 processor. For intensive tasks such as photo editing, go for a Core i5 processor. Do you need all available power? Then choose an 8th generation Intel Core i7 or i9 processor.

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Laptops with 8th generation Intel Core processor

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The 8th generation Intel Core processors were launched in August 2017 before the 9th generation in stores, the fastest processors from Intel to date. The 8th generation is faster, more efficient and also a lot more efficient than the previous generation. Do you use the laptop for more than watching a movie or typing a report? Then choose an Intel Pentium or Core i3 processor. For intensive tasks such as photo editing, go for a Core i5 processor. Do you need all available power? Then choose an 8th generation Intel Core i7 or i9 processor.

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