Intel's future in mobility looks rosy

Subject: Mobile | May 10, 2007 - 08:57 AM |
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AnandTech looks at the new Centrino, aka Santa Rosa.  It has been in development for a long time now, and many believed that it would be a huge jump in power savings.  It includes a draft 802.11n WiFi interface which may end up influencing the IEEE's decision as to the final implementation of the new wireless standard.  Read on to find out what they thought of the new chipset, and don't forget Ryan's look at it either.

Source: AnandTech

Multitude Of Innovations Boost New Intel-Based Laptops

Subject: Mobile | May 9, 2007 - 03:49 PM |
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NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, May 9, 2007 — Faster processors and chipsets. Great-looking video and graphics. Stronger and faster wireless signals. Better security and manageability. Designed for energy efficiency to enable great battery life. An option to turbo-speed boot time and software application loading.

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Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Intel
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Intel Upgrades their Mobile Platform

Both Intel's new Santa Rosa Centrino platform and NVIDIA's new GeForce 8M series of GPUs were released today and we decided to summarize them both in a nice, neat article.

NVIDIA UNVEILS NEW VISUAL COMPUTING ARCHITECTURE FOR NEXT-GENERATION

Subject: Mobile | May 9, 2007 - 08:03 AM |
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SANTA CLARA, CA—MAY 9, 2007—NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, has introduced a breakthrough NVIDIA Quadro® professional GPU architecture for notebook computers that enables entirely new graphics and visual computing capabilities for professionals who require uncompromised mobility.

Source: NVIDIA

ASUS remodels their Lamborghini

Subject: Mobile | May 8, 2007 - 09:00 AM |
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ASUS has followed up their original Lamborghini laptop with the VX2, updating the hardware and adding features as well as improving it's already well designed aesthetic.  TECHGAGE was lucky enough to get one to test out, and enjoyed every minute of it.  The added bonuses run from a webcam to a finger print reader just go to show how well thought out this laptop is; although perhaps designed more for the car fana

Source: TECHGAGE

Tips to keep it going and going and going ...

Subject: Mobile | May 1, 2007 - 09:00 AM |
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Big Bruin has some tips on how to extend your laptop batteries life.  They cover tips that will keep the battery going longer on a charge, as well as delaying the inevitable slow death of your battery.  From tips you would expect like hibernation mode, to making sure you don't expose the battery to temperatures beyond it's comfort zone.  Read on, if you don't feel like buying replacement batteries anytime soon.

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Subject: Mobile
Manufacturer: Asus
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Welcome to G-Nation

Asus enters the gaming arena with the 17" G series notebook. It sports a Radeon Mobility X1700 512MB and a mean design, but is it enough to beat the older Dell M1710 or the similarly configured Asus Z96J?

New ultra-portable Pavilion

Subject: Mobile | April 25, 2007 - 10:18 AM |
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HP's ultra portable tx1000 offers a full set of features perfect for a laptop, including a screen that can be rotated 180° and reversed, as well as a button to reverse that mode for lefties.  The 12.1 WXGA screen may not be as large as many laptops, but it does keep the weight down to about 5lbs and the battery going for over 2 hours.  Read on at Digital Trends to get the full review<

TV on the go

Subject: Mobile | April 18, 2007 - 02:23 PM |
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Get HD broadcasts and analog cable TV on you laptop with the help of this little USB device from Hauppauge, called the WinTV-HVR-950.  On one end is a USB 2.0 plug, and on the other is a familiar looking Coax cable connector on the other.  [H]ard|OCP tried it out on a handy C2D laptop and found that the PVR function was perhaps the most impressive feature, and found the only disappointment was

Source: [H]ard|OCP

Intel Keeps Mobile Engine Humming, Fueled By Silicon Technology Advances

Subject: Mobile | April 18, 2007 - 11:40 AM |
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INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, Beijing, April 18, 2007 — Describing the latest trends in mobile computing at the Intel Developer Forum today, Intel Corporation executives said that personalization and content are key drivers behind increased demand for notebook PCs and mobile Internet devices (MIDs).