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The complete list of Broadwell (Core-M) ultrabooks and portable laptops

The complete list of Broadwell (Core-M) ultrabooks and portable laptops

Intel’s Broadwell hardware platform for mobile devices is just around the corner. Haswell has been a major step in the last two yeas, allowing a multitude of thin and lights computers with powerful guts, able to last for hours of daily use.

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Intel forges ahead to 7nm – without the use of EUV lasers

Intel forges ahead to 7nm – without the use of EUV lasers

Earlier this month, Intel’s Mark Bohr dropped a pair of significant announcements on the semiconductor world in general — and neither is great news for proponents of more advanced semiconductor manufacturing methods like Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography (EUV).

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Intel introduces PC chips Broadwell

Intel introduces PC chips Broadwell

Laptop and desktop buying decisions may get confusing in 2015 as Intel introduces PC chips based on two different architectures—Broadwell and Skylake—in the same year, something the chip maker rarely does.

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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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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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Ultrabook with touch can be 2 mm thicker

Ultrabook with touch can be 2 mm thicker

With Ivy Bridge, this is finally happening. As for convertible or touch screen Ultrabooks, Intel now allows 2 mm (0.078 inch) thicker devices than those without. Intel allows less or equal to 21.0 mm (0.826 inches) for 14-inch systems or bigger and less or equal to 18.0mm (0.708 inch) for smaller than 14-inch systems. With touch screen or convertible, smaller than 14” devices can get to 20 mm (0.787 inch).

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Intel to unveil latest Ultrabook in Kenya market

Intel to unveil latest Ultrabook in Kenya market

Intel—a global computing firm will unveil one of its latest PC products —the Ultrabook in Kenya and its neigbouring countries before end of next month.

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Intel reports Q4 revenues of US$13.9bn – ready to ride ultrabook wave

Intel reports Q4 revenues of US$13.9bn – ready to ride ultrabook wave

Intel Q4 revenues came in at US$13.8bn, bringing the company’s full-year revenues for 2011 to US$54bn. CEO Paul Otellini says the technology pipeline is strong, especially in terms of prospects for Intel-powered ultrabooks, tablet computers and smartphones.

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Intel roars to record 2011, sets sights on Ultrabooks, Tablets in 2012

Intel roars to record 2011, sets sights on Ultrabooks, Tablets in 2012

Intel enjoyed a record-setting year in 2011 with double-digit, year-over-year improvements in revenue, net income, and earnings per share. The company, which reported fourth-quarter and fiscal 2011 earnings Thursday, posted its highest-ever full-year sales, profit, EPS, and operating income numbers, president and CEO Paul Otellini said in a call with investors and analysts.

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AMD’s ‘Ultrathin’ to combat Intel’s Ultrabook with $200 price undercut

AMD’s ‘Ultrathin’ to combat Intel’s Ultrabook with $200 price undercut

Based on the report, the new line-up of “Ultrathins” is scheduled for a June 2012 release, following which 20 other models will debut later in the year. Acer, ASUS and HP are said to be the first amongst manufacturers to produce “Ultrathins” based on AMD’s new processor.

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