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Intel Looking at Alternative Materials, Releasing More Ultrabook Information

DigiTimes is reporting that Intel and other companies are looking at alternative materials for ultrabooks. Magnesium-aluminum is the preferred choice of materials for ultrabook chassis, but there are only a limited number of lathes that can handle such chassis. Two … Continue reading

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Ultrabooks Set For September Production

DigiTimes is reporting that Acer, Asustek (ASUS), Dell, HP (Hewlett-Packard), and Lenovo are going to be launching ultrabooks later in 2011, with production starting up in September. Acer, Lenovo, and Asustek have already been mentioned a lot, especially with Asustek’s … Continue reading

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Apple Discontinues MacBooks for Consumers

I guess it’s no surprise. Several websites were reporting that Apple was going to discontinue the MacBook, and Apple has now removed the 13-inch Intel Core 2 Duo powered laptop from it’s main website as of yesterday, July 20, 2011. … Continue reading

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Laptops With Intel’s Sandy Bridge Discovered

We knew that Intel would be formally introducing Sandy Bridge at CES 2011 in January. These are the second generation of Intel’s Core CPUs/platform. One of the major features would be moving the graphics processing completely onto the processor and … Continue reading

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Intel to Introduce Sandy-Bridge Processors at CES 2011

Intel has sent out invitations stating that it would be officially launching the Sandy Bridge CPUs during its keynote at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which is the largest consumer technology tradeshow (official site). Intel’s keynote will be on … Continue reading

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