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The chip giant now offers a 22nm desktop chip for under $100, while cutting prices on existing Sandy Bridge budget CPUs.
Once the backbone of Intel's desktop processor lineup, the Pentium brand has since become a value line, sitting between the budget Celeron family and the better performing Core i3 series. Now the chip giant is refreshing its Pentiums with a trio of new CPUs based on the Sandy Bridge platform, releasing them on May 22 according to Fudzilla.
While it's fun to benchmark the latest Intel "Extreme" processor and hear about the performance tweaks that have been implemented over the previous iteration, the fact is that most buyers can't afford to drop $1,000 on a CPU, or even $200-$300 for its still-powerful but more affordable siblings.
Intel's executive reshuffle has its roots in an unfortunate decision nearly 10 years ago, when the chipmaker went with a system-on-a-chip design for Timna
Intel offered a sneak peek Monday afternoon at some news it plans to announce today at the Computex show in Taiwan. The company said it will introduce three new Intel Core 2 Duo processors, a new ultra low voltage Pentium processor and a new mobile chipset.
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OK, OK, we've all heard a gazillion and one things this week about why Nehalem, er the Intel Xeon processor 5500 series, is like, a total breakthrough in terms of energy efficiency. Intel calls the chip its most revolutionary product in the past 15 years (shades of Pentium) and all manner of software companies, including Sun Microsystems, are falling all over themselves to optimize their operating systems or applications for the platform.
Not sure how many of you this will affect, but it's well worth keeping in mind if you run the Flash Player on a PC built around the Pentium 2 processor.
On the desktop, Moore's Law is dead. More freedom may revive it
At a press gathering this morning, Pat Gelsinger, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, revealed details about a next generation processor, Nehalem, which brings an entirely new microarchitecture (and motherboards), and will include onboard memory and graphics controllers. Nehalem-based desktop, server and mobile processors and systems are slated to be available in 2008.
Intel Israel is an important and growing part of the company's strategy. It's successful, smart and innovative. But was it really a good idea to give a bunch of journalists the run of the place?
The news keeps getting worse for Intel when it comes to arch nemesis AMD. The last time I checked in on AMD's rising star, the company's Turion mobile processor was holding its own against Intel's Pentium M.
AMD's Athlon 64 X2 3800+ is an affordable entry-level dual core processor. But how does it match up to Intel's equivalent Pentium D? We have the benchmarks.
Microprocessor design hit a wall in the first half of this decade with Intel unable to deliver a 4gHz Pentium chip and IBM unable to deliver Apple a 3gHz PowerPC G5 chip or a G5 at any speed suitable for laptop computers. And so, at the Intel Developer's Forum yesterday, Intel CEO Paul Ottelini showed off the future of microprocessing - the dual-core processor, which will allow a 10-fold increase in performance with lower power consumption.
This nicely designed and well-built thin-and-light system has a lot going for it. Businesses requiring a capable all-rounder of a notebook should consider the Samsung X20.
Sparked by the introduction of Intel's Pentium D processor, PC makers discuss transformations in computer design and use.
The new mobile-technology platform includes the Pentium M Dothan processor and other technologies that aim to make mobile computing easy and faster for anyone looking to move away from their desk. Correspondent James Hilliard spoke with Intel's Mooly Eden about the Sonoma launch and where wireless computing is headed.
PC maker's Inspiron 6000 will incorporate Intel's latest Pentium M processor and Express Mobile 915 chipset.
This is a fully featured desktop replacement notebook that's not too heavy to take on the road. It performs well, delivers impressive battery life and is reasonably priced.
Transmeta has shipped its Pentium-compatible Efficeon TM8800 processor.
Hewlett-Packard planned on Tuesday in the US to unveil a new Centrino laptop that comes preloaded with SuSE Linux, making it the first major laptop manufacturer to put forth such an offer. The HP Compaq Business Notebook nx5000, which costs US$1,199, has an Intel Pentium M processor and affiliated Centrino wireless technology.
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