Thursday, 5 Jan 2012
At CES 2012, LG will be showcasing its Super Ultrabook series, the LG Z330 and Z430. Both ultrabooks are slated for a global availability sometime in Q1 2012.
Even before the Razer Switchblade starts shipping to the world, the company will be unveiling Project Fiona at CES 2012, promising a new form factor for PC gaming.
Wednesday, 4 Jan 2012
ASUS' next-gen netbooks, dubbed as the ASUS Eee PC Flare, has been leaked ahead of CES 2012. The netbooks are expected to be powered by Intel's latest N2600, N2800 Atom CPU lineup, while a 12-inch model with AMD's Fusion APU line will also make an appearance.
Tuesday, 27 Dec 2011
Thunderbolt technology expected to hit the market with the top few PC manufacturers. Thunderbolt-supported motherboards, notebooks and desktop PCs are expected to reach the market in April 2012.
Apple recently applied for patents that point to hydrogen fuel-cell powered devices that could potentially last for "days or even weeks of usage without refueling".
Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011
Analysts have predicted that Apple will lose their share of the ultra-portable segment, currently dominated by the Macbook Air, which makes up an estimated 49% of all Apple notebook sales. This prediction is reliant on the Ultrabook (as per Intel's specifications) segment picking up speed in 2012.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
Designed for industrial testing, the Powermark is a battery life and power consumption test for notebooks, laptops, tablets and other battery powered devices running Windows 7.
Thursday, 8 Dec 2011
Following the recent revelation of the details of the Ivy Bridge desktop processors, another leak has ensued. The product details of the mobile versions of the Ivy Bridge CPU have emerged.
Taiwanese PC manufacturer Acer has recently indicated that it will be banking on Ultrabooks to return them into profitability. As part of the same move, Acer has also signaled that they will stop focusing on "cheap and unprofitable" products in a blind race for market share.
Wednesday, 7 Dec 2011
Taiwanese memory module manufacturer, Adata Technology has reported that rising demand for tablets, and an influx of short lead-time orders from the Ultrabook sector, led to SSD sales staying at high levels. Hopefully, the strong demand reported will lead to lower SSD prices.