The Westlake and Intel products are being showcased at CES, where they are expected to make an appearance at the annual Computex show.
The new products are based on Intel’s upcoming Zen processor architecture.
Intel will be selling the laptops with the Zen-based Skylake processor, while the Intel HD Graphics 630 chips will be used for the laptops.
Intel is aiming to launch a new lineup of laptops with these new processors in 2018, and they are being aimed at professionals and enthusiasts.
The laptop lineup will feature Intel’s new Core i7-7500U quad-core CPU, Intel HD graphics 630, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
These laptop computers will cost between $2,800 and $3,000.
Intel will also be selling two new models of laptops.
The first model, which is named the Intel Core i5-7550U, will cost $2 and will feature a 4-inch IPS display.
The Intel Core P7500 will be priced at $1,999 and will have a 5.2-inch HD display.
The Intel Core M7550 will be available for around $1.4 million and will offer Intel’s first 10nm desktop chip.
The processor will feature four cores, four threads and 4GB of memory.
The notebook will feature an Intel HD 6000 graphics processor and an Intel Skylake microarchitecture.
The laptops will be sold in the US, UK and Germany.
Intel has already launched its first notebook with the new processor in March 2017.
The company unveiled the Atom Z2600 with a 7th-gen Intel Core CPU.
This chip will be a 10nm chip with a 3.7GHz base and 3.4GHz turbo clock speeds.
The Atom Z2700, which was launched with a 6th-generation Intel Core processor, has a 6.1GHz base clock and 3GHz turbo.