Monthly archive - April 2012

Intel Bullish on Ultrabooks, Smartphones Remain a Question Mark

Intel Bullish on Ultrabooks, Smartphones Remain a Question Mark

Intel on Tuesday expressed a lot of confidence in its plan to reshape the notebook PC market with Ultrabooks over the next year while offering more details about its smartphone ambitions and talking up its new server-workstation platform code named Romley.

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Intel reveals hybrid ultrabook

Intel reveals hybrid ultrabook

Intel has given attendees at its IDF 2012 conference in Beijing a sneak peek at an upcoming laptop-tablet hybrid.

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Report: Intel Bumps Up Ivy Bridge Launch to April 23

Report: Intel Bumps Up Ivy Bridge Launch to April 23

The rumor mill can’t seem to make up its mind about when Intel’s new Ivy Bridge chips are going to make their official debut. In the past few weeks, we’ve heard about delays, a staggered roll out of new product, and most recently, a rumor that Intel is pulling in the Ivy Bridge curtain-raiser by a week to help its OEM partners get their new Ultrabooks on the market as soon as possible.

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Intel: 75 Ultrabook Designs on the Way, Prices to Reach $699

Intel: 75 Ultrabook Designs on the Way, Prices to Reach $699

Intel said on Wednesday 75 ultrabook models are already in development and will include new form factors such as hybrids, which can switch from laptops to touchscreen tablets.

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Dell’s ultra svelte new beauty

Dell’s ultra svelte new beauty

Dells award-winning XPS 13 Ultrabook – acknowledged for its craftsmanship, design and also durability – is now available in Malaysia. Consumers can check out the XPS 13’s uncompromising performance, longer battery life and Intel Rapid Start and Smart Connect technology as well as its other features at all Dell dealers.

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