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The new lineup is being marketed as both a workstation and a gaming notebook, complete with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics.
Unlike the company's beefier 14-inch sibling, the new notebook weighs in at just 4.5 pounds and is an inch thick, while featuring an Intel Core processor and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M graphics card.
The company claims its new diminutive notebook offers more than 8 hours of battery life when configured with an Intel Haswell processor.
The new notebook, revealed at Siggraph 2013, will ship with Intel Haswell processor and Nvidia Quadro graphics options in a 4.5-pound, 0.7-inch body.
The new convertible notebook features a 13.3-inch detachable touchscreen and two batteries, but does not use an Intel Haswell processor.
The Windows 8 notebook features a 15.6-inch touchscreen display and Intel Core i5 Haswell processor.
The 13.3-inch notebook weighs 3.42 pounds and includes AMD's A8-4555M Trinity quad-core processor and a full HD touchscreen.
Samsung's flagship gaming notebook -- the Series 7 Gamer -- gets better with a new Intel Core i7 processor, an updated Radeon HD 7870M graphics chip and more storage.
Following up on the success of its smallest gaming notebook, the M11x, Alienware is apparently cooking up a new 14-inch laptop that a Chinese Web site has already reviewed.The M14x will include an Intel Sandy Bridge quad-core processor (the Core i7-2820QM), 8GB of RAM, a 750MB hard drive, and the new Nvidia GeForce GT 555M graphics card.
Most of Dell's laptop lineup is Intel-based, but the Inspiron M100 series appears to be saved for its AMD notebook forays. It already sells the Inspiron M101z with an Athlon II processor, and now it appears to be adding its first AMD Fusion portable in the form of the M102z.
The new high-end MacBook Pros mark several firsts, including: the first implementation of Thunderbolt (nee Light Peak) and the first quad-core processor in a notebook.
Another notebook with Intel Sandy Bridge processor options is now ready to ship. The Maingear eX-L 15 is also being touted as the "the fastest 15-inch notebook available."
According to DigiTimes, notebook makers are impressed with the Nvidia Tegra 2 enough to pass on Intel's Oak Trail processor. The threat posed by the Tegra 2 should give concern to Intel for the long haul.
Chipmaker Via has announced its first low-power dual-core x86 processor, the Nano X2.According to a statement from the company on Tuesday, the Nano X2 will be used in desktop, all-in-one and notebook PCs.
Call it a comeback. After a couple of years where it seemed like AMD had all but abandoned the laptop processor market to rival Intel, the company is roaring back with its Vision platform of new notebook chips.
The S500 is a solidly made 15.6in. notebook that, at 2.54kg, is not particularly portable. Processor performance is good, but battery life could be better.
Gateway on Thursday debuted its new Gateway NV Series notebook, an entertainment-minded laptop that packs a dual-core processor, 320GB hard drive and 4GB of RAM starting at $499.The 15.
At Apple's WWDC in San Francisco, Apple's vice president of product marketing, Philip Schiller, shows off the company's latest MacBook Pro. The new notebook has a 3.06GHz processor, a unibody architecture, and a built-in lithium polymer battery. Schiller adds that customers shouldn't need to change battery in a notebook at all in five years.
VIA, the X86 processor platform manufacturer, today announced its Surfboard C855 Reference Design, a compact mainboard incorporating the VIA C7-M ULV processor and the new VIA VX855 unified IGP chipset that has been specifically designed for easy integration into devices targeted at the rapidly growing mini-notebook, or netbook, market.
ComputerWorld's Seth Weintraub wrote an excellent article about Apple's choice of the ARM processor – which is used in the iPhone and iPod touch –and why it will most likely chose ARM for a netbook and/or tablet Mac.Despite the fact that Apple buys its desktop and notebook processors exclusively from Intel and its Atom processors are already in most shipping netbooks, Weintraub notes that the ARM Cortex A8 processor "absolutely kills the Intel Atom in power efficiency.
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