Popular Intel Articles for 2009
With so many laptops featuring so many different processors, how do you know what to buy this holiday season? We're here to help with our updated CPU guide for 2009.[...]
The Sony VAIO P29 netbook showing up on ComputercityHW.it features an Intel Atom Z630 processor - so far there is not been a whisper about this processor from Intel.
RegHardware reports that Intel is planning to launch seven mobile processors based on the Core i5 and i7 architecture in Q1 2010.
Intel has officially announced that its Core i3 and Core i5 processors for notebooks will be launching in January at CES.
Sony has updated its 8-inch ultraportable VAIO P with a faster 2.0GHz Intel Atom processor and Windows 7.
A few new Acer ultraportable notebooks and netbooks have started showing up at some online stores.
According to a DigiTimes report, netbook manufactuers may not offer upgrades to Microsoft's upcoming Windows 7 operating system on their Intel Atom N270/N280-based netbooks.
A DigiTimes report alleges Intel will introduce its next-generation netbook platform, Pineview, in the second half of this year.
MSI's X-Slim X340 notebook is listed on MSI's website as "coming soon"; it is based on the new Intel Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) platform.
A report claims that Intel updated its processor launch schedule for notebooks, including Core i7-based Clarksfield processors and new processors for ultra-thin notebooks.
According to a DigiTimes report, Intel plans to introduce a Consumer Ultra Low-Voltage (CULV) platform for ultraportable notebooks in the second quarter of this year.
According to a DigiTimes report, Intel is planning to delay the launch of its next-gen Atom N450 processor to the first quarter of next year.
A DigiTimes report states that Intel is moving the launch of its next-generation Atom N280 processor to mid-February, up from its originally scheduled second-half '09 launch.
A leaked Intel processor roadmap shows the company's next-gen 'Pineview' netbook platform will not arrive until Q4 this year.
Intel is planning to update its notebook CPU lineup this spring, introducing new models and discontinuing old ones.
According to a DigiTimes report, Microsoft and Intel are planning to limit the screen sizes of netbooks running Windows 7 to 10.2 inches, down from the previous high of 12.1[...]
Intel is revamping its CPU naming schemes in order to prepare for new products and move out old ones.
Intel has refreshed its lineup of Low Voltage (LV) and Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors with the highest-clocked variants to date.
OCZ has introduced high-end DDR3 SO-DIMM memory modules for notebooks with Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP); the modules are designed for notebooks featuring Intel Extreme Edition processors or are based[...]
A DigiTimes report states that Intel is planning to introduce more dual-core processors for its CULV platform starting in the fourth quarter of this year.