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Articles tagged with: Intel

Microsoft Releases Its Own Tablet – Calls It Surface

After much speculation, Microsoft’s unveiled a Surface tablet today at a press event. There will be two options for Microsoft’s Surface PC, one powered by Intel’s 22nm Ivy Bridge chips running Windows 8, and another Surface powered by an ARM chipset and Windows RT.

Intel Rethinks It’s Netbook Strategy

With the introduction of so many gadgets and devices all around the world, now the demand for cheap computers has ended and now people desire for performance and better features in their computers.

Now people are concerned with buying either a low-priced tablet or an extremely good computer. Intel’s netbook was a success due to it’s low price, but now the netbook might not attract so many people as it did before.

MSI Launching GT683DX Gaming Notebook

MSI has just unveiled it’s latest GT683DX Gaming Notebook featuring Intel’s second generation Core i7-2630QM quad core processor and nVidia’s latest GeForce GTX 570M (1.5GB GDDR5 display memory) graphics card.

It also features an accelerated dual hard disk architecture and 4 DDR3 memory slots. In addition it also has Dynaudio and THX TruStudio Pro smart wrap around sound which produce a clean and crisp realistic stereo sound.

Kingston Launches HyperX SandForce SSD

For the users who prefer to use high performing SSDs on their devices, Kingston has just released it’s recent HyperX SandForce SSD which is worth checking out.

Kingston announced the release of HuperX Sandforce a couple of months ago and now it is ready for shipping. The SSDs feature an extraordinary read and write speed.

These SSDs feature 120GB and 240GB storage capacities. They are capable of up to 555MB/s of sequential read speed and 510MB/s sequential write speed.

Car Security System By Intel

Now a days car theft is everyone’s problem. When people come back from work or home to their parked cars, they find their car hit by something or damaged. In some cases they don’t even find their car parked there at all.

Intel has heard the cries of such victims. Intel has come up with a Car Security System which involves an application which notifies the driver of the car if something has hit the car with sufficient force, or even if someone is trying to steal the car.

Intel’s Future With Andy Bryant As Chairman

Computer processor giant, Intel, has just appointed its new vice chairman, Andy Bryant to man the company’s board, with Bryant expected to take over as chairman by next May.

Andy Bryant has been an executive for Intel for the past few decades but has recently looked over the company’s tech and manufacturing sector. Bryant is expected to learn the ropes from the current chairman, Jane Shaw, who is expected to retire next year.

Intel 2012-2018 Server CPU Roadmap Leaked!

Since 2007, Intel has been depending on the tick-tock model for developing microprocessors. The company announced that even in the future, it will still be using this strategy for Ivy Bridge’s inheritors: Haswell, Rockwell, Skylake and Skywell.

The plan was exposed by a leaked roadmap related to Intel’s upcoming server micro-architectures. The translated version of the leaked roadmap can be seen at ComputerBase. The agenda for release is also mentioned in the leaked document. According to the roadmap, the company’s plan begins with the launching of the first Xeon Sandy Bridge-E processors in fall of this year.

Intel Ships ULV Chips For As Low As $107

Intel has just shipped two ultra-low voltage Celeron processors, designed for budget netbooks and laptops. The two chips offer speed and performance for all types of users.

The single core Celeron 787 chip offers a clock speed of 1.3GHz, 1.5MB of RAM and is priced at $107. If you’re looking for a bit more power though, check out the dual-core Celeron 857 with a clock speed of 1.2GHz, 2MB of RAM, and running for $134.

ARM Processors Aiming To Dominate Notebook Industry?

In the news is the ARM processor technology which has already taken over the smartphone and tablet industry and is now preparing to dominate the personal computing market. According to a market analyst IHS isuppli, in 2015, the ARM processor would be present in 20 percent of the shipped notebooks.

ARM processors require low power, cost less and are high performing pieces of tech which will take benefit of Windows 8, Microsoft’s new operating system to power notebooks; as its the first ever operating system to support ARM processor on notebooks.

Acer Shows Off Core-Powered Aspire W/ 8GB RAM

Acer has just dropped another notebook that is bound to get your attention. This puppy is called the Acer Aspire 5755 Notebook and is powered by Intel Sandy Bridge Core processor with a whopping 8GB of DDR3 memory, 1TB of onboard storage, a blu-ray player, Wifi and all the standard fixings.

If you were waiting to get your hands on a powerhouse laptop for this Fall semester, you’ve finally met your match. The 15.4″ LED display shows off a gorgeous 1366 x 768 pixel resolution.