News tagged ‘intel’
Monday, 30 Apr 2012
Intel has officially released its new 22nm Ivy Bridge series that comprises both desktop and mobile computing processors. Besides releasing the official prices for the Ivy Bridge CPUs, read on to find out if there were any price reductions for the 2nd generation Intel Core processors.
Monday, 23 Apr 2012
ASUS is enabling ThunderBolt connectivity on selected ASUS Z77 and H77 motherboards soon with the help of a special expansion card.
Friday, 20 Apr 2012
Ever wondered why Intel's upcoming 3rd generation Core processors are codenamed Ivy Bridge? Arie Harsat, the strategic planning manager behind several of Intel's prominent codenames, explains the naming process behind Ivy Bridge.
Friday, 13 Apr 2012
Ingram Micro and Intel have collaborated to provide this service as an option to customers purchasing selected laptops which are powered by the 2nd gen and 3rd gen Intel Core processors, including Ultrabooks.
Thursday, 5 Apr 2012
Intel has launched its new SSD 313 series of SSDs built with caching in mind. This new series of SSDs have been updated with Intel's newest 25nm SLC NAND flash memory and is meant to replace the current SSD 311 series.
Aimed at emerging markets, including China and Brazil, the StudyBook will feature a 10-inch panel and Intel's Medfield platform.
Thursday, 29 Mar 2012
After being delayed and derailed off their original first quarter 2012 release, its has been leaked that the first round of Ivy Bridge processors may be available at the tail end of April 2012.
Monday, 26 Mar 2012
According to NPD In-Stat, Apple is set to surpass Intel this year as the top seller of mobile processors used in laptops, smartphones, and tablets.
Intel is rumored to be preparing to launch a 22nm 'Valley View' Atom CPU with Intel HD 4000 graphics core. This in-built graphics processor will also be featured in Intel's Ivy Bridge CPUs. The 'Valley View' Atom CPUs are the touted successor to the current Intel Cedar Trail Atom processors.
Thursday, 22 Mar 2012
Formally called the CE5300, Berryville aims to offer set-top boxes and video gateways the same performance as one would see in video game consoles.