Subject: Mobile | January 4, 2010 - 10:47 AM | Jonathan Hung
Not the ones to ignore the hot mobile market, Intel today is releasing new Core i3, i5, and i7 mobile CPUs based on the Arrandale core. What makes these new CPUs significantly different from the previous generation Core2 or even the existing i7 mobile CPU based on Clarksfield (not to be confused with the Clarkdale desktop CPU) is the inclusion of Intel's new HD Graphics with dynamic frequency clocking that adjusts the CPU and GPU frequencies up and down depending on your current task.
Subject: Mobile | January 4, 2010 - 12:00 AM | Matt Smith
Subject: Mobile | December 30, 2009 - 03:07 PM | Ryan Shrout
Spring Design will take the wraps off the Alex, the only dual-screen Google Android-based eReader to fully integrate web browsing and reading, at a special press event during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Subject: Mobile | December 26, 2009 - 07:38 PM | Ryan Shrout
An interesting story at Arstechnica is talking about that thing that always seems to make the news: the Apple tablet. Sure, no one has actually seen it and stories about it are as common as crime in New York, but hey, why not bring it up again, right?
This time, the news is from an anonymous comment from an Apple executive that gives more credence to the tablet product:
Subject: Mobile | December 26, 2009 - 07:25 PM | Ryan Shrout
Again, despite all the noise around the updated Atom processors and platforms, ASRock has announced a new motherboard using the previous (current) generation of Atom processor and the NVIDIA ION platform. The ASRock A330ION combines a solid mix of great features for advanced users in an incredibly small package.
Subject: Mobile | December 26, 2009 - 06:58 PM | Ryan Shrout
Though most of our discussion about notebooks recently has been centering around the freshly announced Intel Pine Trail platform and the Atom processors, it looks like ASUS is getting at least one new sweet looking gaming notebook ready to show off as well. The ASUS X77 specs we are seeing rumored are pretty impressive:
Subject: Mobile | December 23, 2009 - 09:35 AM | Jonathan Hung
While NVIDIA may be facing some issues with their Fermi GPU and getting ION (or even ION 2) into your netbook, their Tegra line continues to gain wins in portable mobile devices. The latest rumour is an Asus Eee tablet to be announced in March 2010 that will use some form of Tegra chip (likely a Tegra 2, but who knows). The details are scant, and we don't have any official word from Asus about their plans.
Subject: Mobile | December 22, 2009 - 07:24 PM | Ryan Shrout
The fun of Intel's new Pine Trail will never cease it seems. Both Dell and MSI spent the day sending out announcements of some new netbooks based around the new Atom processor and chipset. First up, the Dell Inspiron Mini 10:
Subject: Mobile | December 22, 2009 - 04:32 PM | Ryan Shrout
Well, maybe they didn't say it like that, but he obviously meant it. Anil Nanduri, director of netbook marketing at Intel, interviewed at Laptop Mag had some interesting things to say about NVIDIA's ION platform:
Subject: Mobile | December 19, 2009 - 01:55 AM | Ryan Shrout
Every once in a long while us nerds get some kind of redemption with the mainstream markets. Tonight was supposed to be one of those nights. After seeing about 500 tweets from NVIDIA employees about a "mystery Tegra device" being shown on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, I decided I would pay attention and see what was up.
Well, the device we saw was the NVIDIA Tegra tablet that was making the rounds last month: