If ASUS's promise that the Eee Slate EP121 is "the world's most powerful tablet" has got you curious, you may be pleased to hear that the Core i5-470UM slate's user guide has already hit the tubes. Available via ASUS' FTP site - along with what looks to be various drivers and documentation - the manual confirms that the curved Bluetooth keyboard will indeed be a bundled part of the EP121 package.
Acer has unveiled the latest in its Predator gaming PC range, now taking advantage of Intel's new 2011 Core i5 processors. The Acer Aspire Predator AG3600-U4082 offers an Intel Core i5 2300 CPU along with 8GB of DDR3 memory and NVIDIA GeForce GT 420 graphics, as well as a 1.5TB hard-drive.
Gateway has updated its desktop PC range with models using Intel's latest Sandy Bridge 2nd-gen Core i5 and Core i7 processors. The FX high-performance and DX multimedia PCs will go on sale next week, offering Intel's Core i7 2600 on the new FX6850-51 and the Core i5 2300 and others on the new DX4350-43, DX4850-27e and DX4850-45.
MAINGEAR has announced a new range of desktop PCs based on Intel's 2nd-gen Core 2011 processors, including overclocked models ramping CPU speeds up to 5GHz. The updated SHIFT, F131, VYBE and X-CUBE systems can each be outfitted with a choice of Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, and those supporting Intel's Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 can be pre-overclocked by MAINGEAR.
Intel made its Sandy Bridge based 2011 Core i3, i5 and i7 processors official earlier this week, but it's still making a song & dance about them at CES 2011 today. More than 500 desktop and laptop PCs using the chips are expected to debut in 2011, with features like Intel Quick Sync Video - for speedy transcoding - and WiDi 2.0. Meanwhile there's also Intel Insider, a hardware feature of the chips for purchasing and renting 1080p HD movies on their PC.
Fujitsu has refreshed its notebook range, adding Intel's new 2nd-gen Core 2011 processors to a new line-up of LIFEBOOK models. The new CES 2011 offerings include the 13.3-inch LIFEBOOK T901 convertible tablet PC, a pair of 12.1-inch ultraportables, the LIFEBOOK P701 and P771, and the Blu-ray toting, 3G-equipped LIFEBOOK A531 and AH531.
HP hasn't just been reworking its notebooks with new Intel and AMD CPUs and GPUs; the company's Pavilion desktops have also seen a refresh. The new Pavilion, Slimline and Elite models kick off from $300, $330 and $600 respectively when they arrive on January 9 2011, with the HP Pavilion p6700 starting things off with a Pentium E5700 processor while the HP Elite HPE-500 kicks off with an AMD Phenom II 1045T hexacore.
HP has updated its ENVY 17, Pavilion dv6 and Pavilion dv7 notebooks support the new, second-gen Intel Core 2011 processor line-up along with AMD's new Radeon HD 6800 series graphics. On the ENVY 17, that means switchable graphics between the Intel Core on-die GPU and the Radeon HD 6850M discrete GPU, along with WiDi 2.0 support.
Lenovo's updated Z Series multimedia notebooks have had in injection of Intel's latest Sandy Bridge processors, with the IdeaPad Z570, Z470 and Z370 built around 15.6-, 14- and 13.3-inch displays respectively and a choice of Core i3, i5 or i7 CPUs. The IdeaPad Z470 and Z370 come with eye-catching fuchsia, sky blue or dark brown transparent covers, while the Z570 is a little more sensible with an Accutype chiclet keyboard and metallic-effect casing.