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Intel: Brian Johnson explains why Ultrabooks are the 'ultimate experience'

Intel: Brian Johnson explains why Ultrabooks are the 'ultimate experience'

By 17 November 2011

Intel wants to know what you’ll be doing in 10 years’ time. The answer, presumably, that the microprocessor manufacturer is hoping for is something powered by one of its chips. The reason it’s so interested in the future though has nothing to do... >>

Panasonic CF-31 toughens up with Sandy Bridge tweak

Panasonic CF-31 toughens up with Sandy Bridge tweak

By 25 May 2011

If you're the kind of chap whose work location is more likely to be a little bit more extreme than a corner cubicle on the 17th floor, and need a notebook PC that can survive the elements and a bit of a bashing then you may want to take a look at the... >>

HP laptops receive Sandy Bridge refresh

HP laptops receive Sandy Bridge refresh

By 9 May 2011

HP has gone laptop launch crazy over in the States. There's new fun notebooks, new business notebooks, notebooks with spinny screens and even ones that double up as teasmades. Okay, so one of those might not actually exist but the others do. There are... >>

Apple confirms new Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt iMac range

Apple confirms new Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt iMac range

By 3 May 2011

We all knew it was coming. Is there no such thing as an Apple secret anymore? Yep, that's right - the Cupertino company has confirmed the arrival of a new range of iMac all-in-ones, complete with next-gen Intel i5 and i7 chips. The 21.5-inch and 27-inch... >>

MacBook Air to Thunderbolt in Sandy Bridge update

MacBook Air to Thunderbolt in Sandy Bridge update

By 25 April 2011

Anything the MacBook Pro can do, the MacBook Air can do better. Or thinner at least. Yep, that's right - sick of seeing its fat brother getting all the attention due to its Thunderbolt connectivity and its Sandy Bridge Intel CPUs, it seems the MacBook... >>

Dell ultra-slim laptop teased, Sandy Bridge Inspiron next week

Dell ultra-slim laptop teased, Sandy Bridge Inspiron next week

By 7 March 2011

Over the next 6 weeks, Dell will be unleashing a wrath of Sandy Bridge-powered laptops onto the market, as it looks to offer those, who want the latest speed enhancements from Intel, a way to spend their wages. “Over the next six weeks, we’ll be expanding... >>

Dell XPS 15 and 17 laptops given performance boost

Dell XPS 15 and 17 laptops given performance boost

By 24 February 2011

Dell showed off its performance enhanced XPS 17 laptop back at the beginning of the year at CES in Las Vegas, and now it's got its launch, being joined by the Dell XPS 15. Coming with the "latest second generation intel Core processors" - Sandy Bridge... >>

Has Intel leaked the new MacBook Pro?

Has Intel leaked the new MacBook Pro?

By 17 February 2011

Look carefully at the picture above, taken from an advert for Intel's new Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor. What's the machine pictured? A generic black laptop, or the new MacBook Pro? We'd hazard a guess at a generic mock-up ourselves, if it wasn't for... >>

New MacBook Pro to hit shops 1 March?

New MacBook Pro to hit shops 1 March?

By 16 February 2011

We could be seeing Sandy Bridge Intel chip packing MacBook Pro models hitting Apple Stores as early as 1 March, according to numerous reports online. Apple Insider has spoken to our old friend "a person familiar with the matter", who states that the new... >>

Sandy Bridge flaw likely to delay that new PC you want

Sandy Bridge flaw likely to delay that new PC you want

By 31 January 2011

Intel has halted shipments of its new Sandy Bridge processors, launched at the beginning of January, after finding faults found in way the chipsets are made, meaning the new PC you've been looking forward to getting in the next couple of weeks is likely... >>


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