The Intel Core Ultra 7 155H Review: Meteor Lake Marks A Fresh Start To Mobile CPUs

One of the most significant talking points of the last six months in mobile computing has been Intel and their disaggregated Meteor Lake SoC architecture. Meteor Lake, along with the new Core and Core Ultra naming scheme, also heralds the dawn of their first tiled architecture for the mobile landscape on the latest Intel 4 node with Foveros packaging. In December last year, Intel unveiled their premier Meteor lake-based Core Ultra H series, with five SKUs ranging from two with 4P+8E+2LP/18T and three with 6P+8E+2LP/22T models. Since then, many vendors and manufacturers have launched notebooks capitalizing on Intel’s latest multi-tiled Meteor Lake SoC architecture as the heart of power and performance, driving their latest models into 2024.

Today, we will focus on an attractive ultrabook via the ASUS Zenbook 14 OLED (UX3405MA), which features a thin and light design and is powered by Intel’s latest Meteor Lake Core Ultra 7 155H processor. While much of the attention is going to come on how the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H with its 6P+8E+2LP/22T configuration and 8 Arc Xe integrated graphics cores will perform, the ASUS Zenbook 14 OLED UX3405MA has plenty of features within its sleek Ponder Blue colored shell to make it very interesting. Included is a 14″ 3K (2880 x 1800) touchscreen OLED panel with a 120 Hz refresh rate, 32 GB of LPDDR5X memory (soldered), and a 1 TB NVMe M.2 SSD for storage.