Intel has backed its vision for computers that see and hear by dedicating a $100 million investment fund to the venture, and committed its customers to supplying the technology by late 2014.
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With zero fanfare or announcement (yet) the Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p gaming laptop equipped with the new Intel Haswell Core i7 4th generation processor is now available for order via Lenovo.com or Newegg.com. Apparently ordering has been available for at least a couple of days as some members of the NotebookReview.com forums now have the Y510p [...]
Intel has made it clear that its fourth-generation Core or “Haswell” processors will power future PCs. But at the low end of the notebook market, the company’s branding strategy will be far muddier–and that’s bad for Intel, considering it needs to tell consumers exactly what to buy.
Intel today officially announced its upcoming Haswell processors, the 4th generation of Core i3/i5/i7 offerings. As is typical, the first chips to be available will be the high end Core i7 and Core i5 and then later on the more budget oriented Core i3 will hit the market. Availability “starts June 4th”, meaning notebook manufacturers [...]
Clamshell laptops will always have their place, but that form factor just can’t deliver the versatility of a hybrid tablet with a detachable keyboard. Unfortunately, the designs we’ve seen so far have been hobbled by weak CPUs.
HP is giving their ProBook budget friendly business lineup of notebooks a makeover this summer by making them slimmer and lighter just in time for the beach season (36% thinner and 18% lighter than the previous year to be precise). But that’s not all, they’ll also be more muscular with newer and faster Intel and [...]
Intel is expected to announce its fourth-generation Core processors code-named Haswell for laptops and desktops in June, but the company is already releasing teasers that talk about their performance.
Intel held its first quarter earnings call for 2013 on Tuesday, and the Q&A with analysts afterwards was full of bold declarations about how cheap touch-enabled PCs and other Intel-loaded touchable gadgets were going to get.
Intel’s Atom processors designed for netbooks could be on their last leg, with analysts saying that the chip maker could be tweaking its product road map as PC sales tumble and tablet adoption widens.
Dell has a discount this month on the Inspiron 17 desktop replacement style laptop for $499 with decent enough specs to provide enough power for the average home user. The Inspiron 17 features a 17.3” size display with HD+ 1600 x 900 resolution, an Intel Core i3 processor and 500GB hard drive. The one thing [...]
Here’s a deal for a new notebook with Intel’s Quad Core i7 processor for well under $600 – not something you see every day. Adorama is selling the Asus K55A 15” notebook via eBay for $549.99 for a limited time, the full specs on this model are as follows: Processor: Intel Core i7 3630QM 2.4GHz [...]
Best Buy has the Samsung NP550P5C-A02UB 15.6” screen Intel Core i3 powered laptop on sale for only $399.99 this weekend. The Samsung NP550 has a matte finish screen, meaning it’s anti-glare and doesn’t have a mirror like reflection in brightly lit rooms. The resolution is a rather low 1366 x 768, but at this price [...]
Dell has a nice price on a fully loaded Inspiron 15R SE (Special Edition) laptop right now. You can get the Inspiron 15R SE with a Core i7-3632QM (Quad Core), 8GB of RAM, 750GB HDD and 1080p screen for only $747 after using coupon code J9ZR64?V1WQ2S0 at checkout. Here’s a link to the deal on [...]
Intel said it is working to make the Thunderbolt data transfer technology faster as it wages a speed race with the USB 3.0 protocol, but the company declined to say when improvements will be finished.
Intel has released a new, low-power Core processor for ultrabooks and pledged that touchscreen ultrabooks will be available for as low as US$599 by the end of the year.
Intel has revealed a few of the requirements for its fourth generation Core Ultrabook certification, insisting on touch and Wi-Di for every model
No mention of any desktop product announcements, though
We find out what Intel has planned for its integrated graphics division and the future of PC gaming
Laptops and desktops with Intel’s next-generation Core processor, code-named Haswell, will be available in the first half of next year, Intel CEO Paul Otellini said during a financial conference call on Tuesday.
Intel hopes security features from McAfee will help the company differentiate its mobile chips from its rivals’, according to Intel’s software chief Renee James.
Looking to compete with Google and Apple’s own voice features
The battery life of ultrabooks will nearly double with Intel’s upcoming processors based on the Haswell microarchitecture, which will succeed processors code-named Ivy Bridge, Intel executives said on Tuesday.
The man responsible for Intel’s mobile computing platforms says he is pushing the company’s engineers to squeeze Intel’s next-generation Haswell chip into laptops even thinner than those available today.
Intel kicked off its Intel Developers Forum in San Francisco Tuesday showing off an Ultrabook with iPhone Siri-like functions, new gesture controls for PCs, and its newest Haswell Core processor aimed at the mobile PC market. Intel Chief Product Officer David (Dadi) Perlmutter lead the keynote and shared his vision for a connected future–powered by [...]
< ![CDATA[Intel said it has improved performance and graphics in the upcoming version of its Core chip line, while also slashing power consumption by a whopping 41%.]>