Ever since Intel debuted its 12th-Gen Alder Lake CPUs with a hybrid E (Efficiency) core + P (Performance) core architecture, we've been itching to get our hands on one. In theory, this new architecture should give 12th-Gen Intel laptops a boost in both performance and battery life, potentially giving Apple's latest 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros a bit of competition for creators' hard-earned money. Our first chance to test this theory comes in the form of MSI's Creator Z17: a computer that's targeted at creative types who want a PC laptop that doesn't skimp on performance, design, or build quality. In other words: a jack of all trades, master of all... or at least a 'master of most.'
The final piece of the creator laptop puzzle is, of course, performance. It's one of the main reasons we wanted to review the MSI Creator Z17: to see how Intel's 12th-Gen laptop chips with dedicated 'performance' cores compare against the latest from Apple and AMD in a head-to-head showdown.
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