04/18/2012, Intel has yet to officially announce the availability of their new Ivy Bridge processors, and assuming the rumors are to be believed, the announcement should be just around the corner. So when exactly can we start seeing laptops and computers start shipping with the latest Intel processors on board? Thanks to a product roadmap from Lenovo, it seems that the company has explicitly outed the release date of their latest […]
04/12/2012, There has been multiple reports of Intel possibly delaying the launch of their upcoming Ivy Bridge processor, but in a recent set of reports from Digitimes, it seems that the announcement could be a lot closer than we think. The website has reported that a handful of manufacturers, namely ASUS, Acer, Lenovo and HP are currently waiting for Intel to make the announcement before proceeding with their latest batch of […]
03/29/2012, Thanks to what appears to be a leaked schedule of Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge processors, it seems that we can expect a host of Intel Ivy Bridge chipsets to start launching between April 22nd and April 28th. This seems to contradict earlier reports that the upcoming chipset by Intel has been delayed until June, but we guess until we get an official word from Intel themselves, perhaps it might be […]
02/20/2012, Remember the other day we reported that according to Digitimes’ sources, Intel would be delaying the release of their upcoming Ivy Bridge platform? Intel’s Ivy Bridge is expected to see a release in April, but the rumors claimed that it would only be seeing a release in June, a delay which undoubtedly might have upset some of you guys looking forward to building a brand new computer. However as it […]
02/16/2012, If you were hoping to get your hands on an Intel Ivy Bridge platform computer, you might be in for a disappointment as according to a report from Digitimes, Intel could be delaying the launch of their new Ivy Bridge platform to June and have supposedly started informing their partners about the delay.
12/07/2011, Word on the street has it that the future MacBook Air that rolls off Apple’s production line will have one feature that has not been available to date – I’m talking about triple display support that is made possible thanks to the use of Ivy Bridge processors for the mobile platform. Of course, one of these three displays will be part of the MacBook Air’s screen, but one can always […]
10/11/2011, Apple’s iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S currently employ retina display and it looks like Intel wants to get aboard that ship, and has plans for next year’s batch of Ivy Bridge-based ultrabooks to feature retina displays as well in hopes that it will be able to attract ultrabook naysayers over to their side.
10/03/2011, The MacBook Air is currently one of Apple’s best selling computers. Granted it’s not the cheapest Ultrabook around, but given its specs and its looks, it’s a price that some are willing to pay for. Dell, who is currently the number 3 PC manufacturer, reportedly has no plans to stop pumping out laptops until they have managed to create a challenger for Apple’s MacBook Air, and word has it that […]
12/31/2010, Word is going around that Intel is planning to outsource the production of its Panther Point chipsets, which will be paired up with the Ivy Bridge CPUs, to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacture Company (TSMC). Intel is slated to launch the Ivy Bridge CPUs in the first quarter of 2012. The move to outsource will help Intel shave its production costs and also tackle the issue of price competition brought on by […]