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Intel's Arc A5 and A7 desktop graphics cards will be a temporary exclusive for China

Intel's Arc A5 and A7 desktop graphics cards will be a temporary exclusive for China

Intel Visual Computing Vice President and General Manager Lisa Pearce has given reasons for the delayed release of the Arc A3 series mobile graphics gas pedals, and shared an update on future Arc A5 and A7 desktop graphics cards.
Source image: IntelRemind that the official sales of notebooks with Arc A350M and A370M graphics began on March 30.
However, it is almost impossible to find them at retail.
It turned out that the laptops in very limited quantities are available only in South Korea, where they were temporarily exclusive launch.
At the same time, only one laptop officially went on sale - the Samsung Book2 Pro.
It is equipped with the youngest gas pedal in the series - Intel Arc A350M.According to Lisa Pierce, the company assumed that by the moment laptops with Intel graphics will already be available in different countries, but this was prevented by several factors.
First, the manufacturer is writing off delays to a pandemic that created problems in supply chains, and second, the company has faced a delay in developing new software for the Arc graphics.
In addition to Samsung, the company is also working with Lenovo, Acer, HP and ASUS to start shipping new models of laptops with Arc A3 graphics to the market as soon as possible.
As for laptops with Arc A5 and A7 graphics, they are expected in the summer.An Intel representative also said that the Arc A5 and A7 desktop gas pedals will also have a temporary exclusive launch, but this time in China.
In the second quarter, these graphics cards will start to appear as part of assembled computers from OEMs.
Retail sales will follow shortly thereafter, and the next step will be to bring the gas pedals to the international market.
Global shipments of Arc A5 and A7 series desktop graphics cards are expected to start this summer.
Again, the graphics cards will first be sold as part of prefabricated computers, and then will appear in stores as a standalone product.

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