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Power saving through marketing: Intel's "7 watt" Ivy Bridge CPUs

Intel rolls Atom CE5300 for faster digital media hubs

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Intel's smart TV efforts got a lift early in the week with a newly updated Atom chip for digital media hubs. The CE5300, nicknamed Berryville, is its first 32-nanometer chip of its kind. Details are short, although it should carry two cores, "advanced" graphics with H.264 B-frame hardware encoding, and...
Intel rolls Atom CE5300 for faster digital media hubs
Here are Intel’s specs for the next big Windows 8 tablet

Intel slips out sweet-spot 3.6GHz quad Core i7 3820

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Intel just began selling its promised Core i7 3820 CPU, the specs-to-price ratio of which promises to make it a favorite among gamers. It has a 3.6GHz clock speed and 10MB of cache, and costs $294 in bulk, 1,000-unit quantities (PDF), which compares very favorably with the 3.2GHz Core i7-3930K...
Intel slips out sweet-spot 3.6GHz quad Core i7 3820

Intel Ivy Bridge now available in budget-friendly silicon

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After almost a year of Ivy Bridge implementation in everything from Windows tablets to miniature computers, Intel has finally rolled out its latest architecture to its budget line of silicon. According to CPU World, the chip giant released pricing and concrete specs for three Celeron CPUs, four Pentiums and...
Intel Ivy Bridge now available in budget-friendly silicon

ET deals: 20% off Dell's Inspiron 15R Special Edition laptop with discrete graphics

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15-inch laptops are a dime a dozen these days. You can practically recite the specs of any $500-600 15-incher in your sleep: Core i5, 1366×768 (glossy) screen, plastic chassis, integrated graphics, and a plethora of ports.Thanks to the decreased cost and increased competition in the PC industry, $500-600 is the...
ET deals: 20% off Dell's Inspiron 15R Special Edition laptop with discrete graphics

Intel finishes crossing the Ivy Bridge with new desktop Core i3 models

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Intel has been staggering the rollout of its Ivy Bridge processors over the space of nearly half a year, starting with its higher-end quad-core chips; it's finally time for the company to complete the story and ship some budget Core i3 desktop parts. The semiconductor giant is coy about...
Intel finishes crossing the Ivy Bridge with new desktop Core i3 models
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