Ivy Bridge

HP ProBook b-series and s-series take on the boardroom

HP ProBook b-series and s-series take on the boardroom

HP's the number one maker of computers in the world, mostly thanks to their Pavilion consumer-grade notebooks. But they've got a pretty wide array of laptops tailored to business users as well, and the penny-pinchers among them will find something to like in the ProBook b-series and s-series. The two families cover a range of screen sizes from 14 inches all the way to 17.3 inches, with prices to match.

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Samsung unveils media-focused Ivy Bridge laptops

Samsung unveils media-focused Ivy Bridge laptops

Ultrabooks are all the rage, but when you need something with a little more capability, there's nothing like a laptop that's large and in charge. Breaking from their mostly thin-and-light lineup thus far this year, Samsung has revealed multiple entries into the Series 5 family under the 550 P label. These Ivy Bridge models come in 15 and 17-inch varieties, with a collection of media-focused optional features like Blu-ray drives and high-end discrete graphics cards.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre all-in-ones add Ivy Bridge

Lenovo ThinkCentre all-in-ones add Ivy Bridge

Lenovo has a trio of new ThinkCentre all-in-ones for your delectation, the Edge , M92z, 92z and 72, available in 20-, 21.5- and 23-inch sizes and packing Intel's 3rd-Gen Ivy Bridge processors. The Edge M92z is perhaps the slickest of the bunch, fronted with an optional 10-point multitouch display and support for WiDi for wirelessly hooking up a second screen, and with up to 1TB of storage, SSD options and the choice of adding in a 1GB AMD Radeon video card on the 23-inch model (though not on the 20-incher).

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$799 MacBook Air tipped for Q3 2012

$799 MacBook Air tipped for Q3 2012

Apple will release a budget MacBook Air in Q3 2012, supply chain insiders claim, pricing the entry-level ultraportable at just $799 and presenting a compelling alternative to Intel's ultrabook drive. Exact specifications for the new budget model haven't been suggested by DigiTimes' sources, though the Cupertino company's target is clear: second-gen ultrabooks running Ivy Bridge processors from names like ASUS, Acer, Lenovo and Sony.

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Ivy Bridge grabs Dell with HighPerformance XPS and Vostro Solutions

Ivy Bridge grabs Dell with HighPerformance XPS and Vostro Solutions

There's a whole new family of Dell computers out there starting early this summer including the 3rd Generation Intel Core set of processors also known as Ivy Bridge onboard. These computers come in both HighPerformance XPS and Vostro brands with families, multimedia professionals, and businesses in mind. Each of these computing families will have the Intel Core i7 processor embedded with in, and several models will have the option to include a lower-powered Core i5 processor instead.

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Samsung Series 7 Gamer busts out Ivy Bridge

Samsung Series 7 Gamer busts out Ivy Bridge

Today Samsung Electronics have come forth with a gaming laptop that may well be the envy of the masses soon - the Samsung Series 7 Gamer is popping up this summer with Ivy Bridge. This 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 processor-toting beast also works with NVIDIA Geforce graphics and Dolby Home Theater sound. Sound like the masterpiece you're looking for? How about with a 17.3-inch full HD LCD display? Welcome to Samsung's next generation gaming machine.

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Lenovo Ivy Bridge ThinkPad pic leaks

Lenovo Ivy Bridge ThinkPad pic leaks

We've been expecting a lot out of Intel's new Ivy Bridge processors. The parts are starting to show up in computers that should be hitting the market soon. Lenovo will be offering notebook computers using the Ivy Bridge processor and the photograph of one of those new notebooks has turned up online. Lenovo has an altered book and the tablet coming up that will be using Ivy Bridge.

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Ivy Bridge AVADirect custom computers bust out

Ivy Bridge AVADirect custom computers bust out

As the 3rd Generation Intel Core lineup of processors ramps up for the public, so too are manufacturers from all corners of the earth offering their own integration: AVADirect coming on today with custom-made setups. AVADirect is a company known for their custom-build computers made to suit any and all ultra-precise-machine lovers and they today are bringing their lineup up to speed with Ivy Bridge. These machines of all types will also include Intel HD 4000 graphics at your will - bring on the big beasts!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: April 30, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: April 30, 2012

Another fine morning has arrived and gone with much to be excited about in the coming weeks, not least of all Alienware computers coming with Ivy Bridge! The most epic cartoon series of all time South Park has gone on-demand in the UK. Wind power turbines are in a bit of trouble over bad research - no good for those fighting to keep them alive. Microsoft has purchased a bit of Barnes & Noble and may be making some Windows changes to the NOOK - not now, but someday soon!

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