Guess who has just announced one of the first laptops featuring the high-end Arc A730M mobility GPU by Intel? The Asian laptop maker, Machenike. Up until now, Intel’s partners have introduced only those laptops which feature entry-level GPUs.
Asian laptop manufacturer, MACHENIKE, has become the first company to announce its latest laptop powered by Intel’s high-end Arc A730M mobility GPU Arc A350M, and A370M GPUs. Both these GPUs are based on the ACM-G11 chip. We were looking forward to some other options too which Intel has promised by the end of Summer but it looks like Asian laptop giants have already made it to the line and are ready to launch their Alchemist designs which fall under the high-end category.
Let’s talk about the Intel Arc A730M; it comes with the ACM-G10 GPU but has 24 Xe Cores (3072 ALUs), and 24 ray tracing units. It will clock in at 1100 MHz and will feature a GDDR6 memory of 12 GB which will be based on a 192-bit bus interface. It will have a TDP between 80 to 120W.
The highlight of the laptop is the Arc GPU but the other specs are noteworthy too. The laptop features a 16-icnh display with 100% sRGB coverage and a refresh rate of 165Hz. It further supports PCIe Gen 4.0 SSDs and will come with a storage device of 512 GB with clock speeds of 3.5 per second.
The laptop is officially going to be made available on June 6th and will be priced at approximately 1100 USD