Tuesday, 15 May 2012
With WWDC just weeks away, numerous sources are reporting that Apple's newest MacBook Pros will use NVIDIA graphics and feature Apple's Retina Display.
Wednesday, 9 May 2012
HP unveils imaging and printing solutions, business-driven PCs, and ultrabook systems including (but not limited to) the HP Envy Spectre XT, HP Envy Sleekbooks and Ultrabook systems, HP EliteBook Folio 9470m, and the HP Officejet 150 Mobile All-in-One printer.
Dell has launched their own project Sputnik, which looks to bring the Linux operating system to their XPS 13 ultrabook. The six-month pilot program will look to produce a product that would satisfy the requirements of mobile and web developers.
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Word on the street is that Apple wants to gatecrash Intel's Ultrabook party by releasing a cut-price MacBook Air.
Monday, 7 May 2012
ASUS announces the availability of 4 new notebooks powered by Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processors - the stylish K Series, N Series with SonicMaster Premium Audio, and the ROG G Series.
Friday, 4 May 2012
Dolby Labs Inc has signed a pact with Microsoft to include their Dolby Digital Plus multi-channel codecs in the upcoming Windows 8 operating system for tablets and personal computers.
Fujitsu introduces its newest Lifebook LH772 and Lifebook LH532 - the first models to include the new mobile Intel platform featuring designs ingrained with the Japanese Takumi philosophy.
Thursday, 3 May 2012
Dell announced that the XPS 8500 and Vostro 470 desktops are now available with Intel's Ivy Bridge processors and latest discrete graphics. Also, Dell is expanding the laptop lineup with the Inspiron Special Edition series.
Wednesday, 2 May 2012
Both include the AlienAdrenaline, which allows users to create shortcuts associated with games, or applications capable of triggering a chain of commands meant to improve system performance or to customize the experience.
Reports have come about saying that Samsung's Series 5 and series 7 notebooks will be receiving an upgrade to Intel's Ivy Bridge processors.