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[29 Mar 2011 | One Comment | 7,682 views]
Intel Announced Third-Generation 320 Series SSD

Intel Corporation officially launched its third generation 320 Series solid state drives (SSDs). Solid state drive is the new rage in storage device segment. It promises to give better and much improved performance. According to Intel, the new 320 Series SSD is company’s first drive to use 25nm MLC NAND chips and is designed to replace the existing Intel X25-M SATA SSD family.

The new 320 Series SSD is equipped with 3Gbps SATA II interface which delivers powerful performance of read and write speeds. The new solid state drive produces up …

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[10 May 2010 | 2 Comments | 6,530 views]
Intel preparing to launch New ULV Core i3 and Core i5 Processors in June

Intel will soon release core i3 ULV processors and core i5 ULV processors in coming June 2010. A company spokeswoman confirmed on Friday that new low power processors for class of thin and light laptops will bridge the gap between mainstream laptops and netbooks. Till now, it appears that notebooks featuring these new processors could start shipping by Q2 2010.

Intel roadmap mentioning aforementioned CPU, as well as a ULV Core i3. It will offer power savings more than previous ultra portable offerings. Ultra-thin processors are cheaper than mainstream laptop chips. …

Laptops »

[13 Aug 2009 | No Comment | 20,416 views]
LG X-Note Mini X130 Netbook released with 9-cell battery

LG Electronics, Korea has launched ‘X-Note Mini X130 Series Netbook’ in 3 models (X130-L78BK, X130-L78WK, X130-L78PK) consisting a large 12-hr 9-cell battery pack-up, which is a 50% increase compared to the existing 6-cell netbooks.
This product has significantly increased the time to use netbook all day and can easily fits for college or office works, giving its best efficiency.
Choose your own taste in colors with sleek black, white, and pink. The stylish appearance of corner of the circle process is supercute, and the hinge to the chrome plating process provides luxury.
Here’s …

Laptops »

[20 Jul 2009 | No Comment | 6,704 views]
Gateway announces LT2000 netbook with Atom N270

World’s third largest PC company, Gateway today introduces it’s incredibly portable, new LT2000 netbook with Intel Atom N270 and measures only about an inch, and weighs 2.62 pounds, which makes it comfortable to hold and easy to transport. Having the same fashionable design seen in the Gateway LT3100 netbooks launched last month, the new Gateway LT2000 netbooks come in Cherry Red and NightSky and with modern silver trim accents and an engraved Gateway logo.

Gateway LT2000 Netbook

Ray Sawall, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Gateway said, “The new sleek Gateway LT2000 netbooks let …

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[29 Jun 2009 | No Comment | 2,456 views]

Rumors are growing louder that Intel is prepped to launch its new SSDs based on firm’s 34nm NAND chips within just a couple of weeks.
With these new 34nm NAND SSDs(Solid State Drives), users can expect higher performance, higher capacity of 320GB drive plus 160GB and 80GB capacities too , and most importantly, at lower prices almost replacing HDDs in most.
Pete Hazen, director of marketing at Intel’s NAND Products Group, noted that the emergence of IMFT’s 34nn chip will help push the ongoing consumer and business adoption of SSDs (Solid State …

Laptops »

[23 Jun 2009 | One Comment | 6,455 views]
Lenovo intros T400:: A slim-drim 0.83 inch thick ThinkPad

Lenovo introduces its super-slim ThinkPad T400s with 14.1 inch display and a remarkable thickness of just 0.83 inches boasting it to the weight of under four pounds. This new laptop includes a series of expressive improvements invented to make the laptop more intuitive and easier to use, leading to an improved overall computing experience.
Lets have a look for the specs:
Keyboard: The streamlined keyboard is ergonomically redesigned for the way you work, including minimized key spacing and larger Esc and Delete keys; built-in LEDs with keys and buttons make it easy …

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[18 May 2009 | No Comment | 5,232 views]

There are some records you just don’t want to set – the EU record for a single fine is one of them.
In our previous business articles we’ve discussed Intel’s legal situation in the European Union. In 2001 AMD went to the EU to file complaints about Intel over anti-competitive actions. This perked the interest of the EU and set into motion a long and slow chain of events, leading up to antitrust charges being filed in 2007 for Intel’s actions in the 2002-2007 time frame. In terms of technology, what …