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At the Intel Developer's Forum (IDF) Google announced new Chromebooks coming from Acer and HP with Haswell processors. Chrome OS devices will also be released by Asus and Toshiba, new to Chrome OS.
Sandisk is being squeezed by Intel on the solid state drive market in the data center and Samsung and Toshiba for ultrabook designs.
With flashy looks and great specs like the Intel i7 processor, solid state harddrive, dedicated AMD Radeon graphics card and memory and a Blu-ray drive, the Sony Vaio S Series is a standout.
Finally, Toshiba has a plethora of new laptops for us to look over. All of these notebooks are ready for some 3D entertainment, but some ship more ready than others.
Sony Vaio Hybrid PC in the works: Features Intel Thunderbolt tech, second unit with external graphics, Blu-ray drive
And now for something completely different, from Sony of all people. While the trend in laptops has been to lose once-essential components like an optical drive and even discrete graphics in the desire to stay thin and light, Sony Insider says the electronics giant is thinking of a new way to keep those parts around -- just in a different way.
Sony has finally taken the plunge into the world of 3D laptops, introducing the new Vaio F Series 3D notebook at its CES press event last night.The new addition to the Vaio F series features a new Intel Core i7 quad-core Sandy Bridge, along with the brand-new Nvidia GeForce GT 540M graphics card with 1GB of dedicated RAM.
Toshiba Europe has introduced the 10.1-inch mini NB250 netbook, complete with a "full-size" keyboard, a large touchpad and an Intel Atom CPU.
Sony's colorful new Vaio E offers Intel Core i3 or i5 processors in a 15-inch body starting at $800.
Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Intel and Toshiba, along with Best Buy and Walmart, are teaming up with the Sustainability Consortium to dream up a system for helping consumer buyers identify "green" electronics.
Sony revealed the Windows 7-powered Vaio CW laptop, a 14-inch middle-of-the-market model that offers up to a 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, Nvidia graphics and optional Blu-ray, starting at $799.
Sony just announced the VAIO X at IFA 2009 in Berlin, Germany, a half-inch thin, 11.1-inch ultraportable notebook with an all-day battery that "will set the new standard for stamina," reports Engadget.
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The underpowered but oversexy (I know, I know) Sony Vaio P-series "Lifestyle PC," which translates in the real world to a ladies' wallet-shaped netbook, is getting a slight kick in the proverbial pants thanks to a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom CPU and a 128GB solid state drive.
While Yahoo has been grabbing headlines this week with its partnerships with TV makers like Samsung and Vizio to bring its Internet TV widget platform to new sets, Intel wants to make sure people remember that it also introduced the underlying API with Yahoo last fall at the Intel Developers Forum. Its strategy rests more (though not completely) on getting its Widget Channel platform into new set-top boxes, and it has a few partners of its own readying products.
So long as you don't intend to carry this rather bulky notebook too often, its high-quality screen and excellent keyboard, plus a solid set of internal components, should make it a serviceable workhorse.
In a well timed move today Adobe announced the Open Screen Project and lifted restrictions on the use of Flash related specifications. The initiative is supported by several industry leaders including ARM, Intel, LG, Motorola, Nokia, NTT DoCoMo, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Toshiba, and Verizon.
With SSDs of up to 160GB capacity coming out in the second quarter of this year, Intel is set to go head-to-head with manufacturers like Samsung and Toshiba
Sony's Vaio AR190G notebook packs in a Blu-ray disc drive and a TV tuner alongside a 17-inch wide-screen display, a 2GHz Intel Core Duo chip, a 200GB hard drive and Nvidia GeForce Go graphics.
Tablet PC with Core Duo chip takes aim at business users rather than home consumers courted by early Core Duo PCs. Photos: Toshiba debuts new notebooks
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