In keynote presentation at Computex 2019 show, Intel has unveiled its 10th Gen core processors, called Ice Lake. These processors will feature up to four CPU cores with Intel's latest Sunny Cove architecture, new generation graphics, Iris plus and new AI functionality called Intel deep boost. Intel has struggled to manufacture and ship its first 10nm processor, Cannon Lake and has missed its target for 2016. It appears now that Intel is really close to shipping its 10nm processors in volume. Intel has also claimed the new Iris Plus integrated GPU, which uses Intel's Gen11 graphics architecture will be twice the graphics performance of the previous generation. The company is officially launching 11 different CPUs in the 10th Gen Core line-up, ranging from Core i3 to Core i7. It has also claimed, Intel's Deep Learning Boost will have two point five times the performance contrast to an equivalent 8th Gen Core U-series processor. Intel has unveiled Project Athena at CES earlier this year. At Computex 2019, Bryant has announced upcoming Project Athena compliance laptops. Project Athena defines set of standard set by Intel for new generation laptops. Project Athena laptops must have 16 hours of battery life. These laptops must be able to charge from zero to four hours of battery life in less than 30 minutes. It should be Wi-Fi 6 and Thunderbolt 3 compatible. Also these laptops should wake from sleep in less than one second.