Tuesday, 1 Mar 2011
Well, it didn't take too long, but spare parts site iFixit has a teardown of the new Apple MacBook Pro and its juicy Intel Sandy Birdge innards.
Friday, 25 Feb 2011
Apple today updated MacBook Pro family with next generation processors and graphics, high-speed Thunderbolt I/O technology and a new FaceTime HD camera. Featuring the very latest dual-core and quad-core Intel Core processors, the entire MacBook Pro line is up to twice as fast as the previous generation.
Thursday, 24 Feb 2011
True to speculation, Apple has just unveiled its new Macbook Pro range, now powered by Intel's Sandy Bridge chips, a high-speed Thunderbolt I/O port and AMD Radeon HD6000M graphics.
Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011
New lineup of consumer notebooks, desktops and monitors completes the HP computing ecosystem. HP also unveils lineup of commercial products and solutions provide productivity, reliability and value to a wide range of customers.
Tuesday, 22 Feb 2011
At the Sony: Inspiring Innovation launch, Sony unveiled its latest products with future-focused technologies. Ranging from full high-definition, 3D-capable BRAVIA LCD televisions to Cyber-shot cameras, Handycam camcorders, and VAIO personal computers, Sony's expanded lineup is designed to inspire.
Monday, 21 Feb 2011
Apple is reportedly preparing to announce that it will be adopting a new high-speed connection technology, with Intel's Light Peak the rumored technology.
Friday, 11 Feb 2011
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today announced the debut of Fujitsu's first MeeGo netbook based on the Intel Atom processor, the LIFEBOOK MH330, opening up infinite social capabilities for tomorrow's computing experience.
The sleek Seashell design of the new Eee PC 1015PW is further enhanced by a unique, embossed elegant 'wave' finish both inside and out. Combined with an ergonomically friendly keyboard, large touchpad and LED-backlit screen, the result is a netbook that's as pleasurable to use as it is to behold.
Thursday, 10 Feb 2011
With updates across the HP Pavilion notebook PC line, the new notebooks are built on inspirations from culture, art, fashion and HPâ€™s MUSE design philosophy.
Dell has discontinued its Adamo line and brand, conceding the battle with the MacBook Air in the luxury notebook segment.