Intel has announced plans to discontinue its higher-end mobile 10th-Gen Core ‘Comet Lake’ processors. The CPUs will be available for order until 2022, but Intel is obviously scrapping the production of some higher-end chips using its 14nm fabrication technology. That makes sense because Intel now has two families of 10nm processors on the market.
Since Intel was late with its 10nm CPUs and had to address performance-demanding users with products made using its 14nm technology, it introduced Coffee Lake CPUs with up to eight cores. However, it also offered Comet Lake chips with up to 10 cores, and Ice Lake processors with up to eight cores.