Ivy Bridge

Toshiba LX815/LX835 all-in-ones feature Ivy Bridge and USB 3.0

Toshiba LX815/LX835 all-in-ones feature Ivy Bridge and USB 3.0

Toshiba has today announced two new products in their desktop all-in-one range, the 21.5-inch LX815 and 23-inch LX835. Toshiba seem to be trying to pack as much power into their products as possible while trying to hit attractive price points, and looking at what’s on offer, they not doing a bad job at all. The PCs will come with 1080p TN displays, and feature the third generation of Intel Core processors, otherwise known as Ivy Bridge.

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Ivy Bridge chipset detailed: native USB 3.0 and faster PCIe

Ivy Bridge chipset detailed: native USB 3.0 and faster PCIe

Intel will be releasing its next iteration of CPUs, codenamed Ivy Bridge, in the coming weeks. While the CPUs won’t be available to purchase for another three weeks, Anandtech has had some hands-on time detailing the improvements and new features of the Ivy Bridge chipset on various motherboards. If you’re looking for performance reviews, you’ll have to hold on a little longer, but there are some interesting tidbits to note from the chipset.

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New code points to possible Ivy Bridge Chromebooks

New code points to possible Ivy Bridge Chromebooks

Currently Google’s line of Chromebooks use Intel’s Atom processor. Chrome OS might be lightweight, but the inclusion of an Atom processor led to sluggish performance in places. CNET reports that Google may be looking to use Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors, as well as the upcoming Ivy Bridge chips in future Chromebooks.

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Intel Ivy Bridge launch confirmed for April 29

Intel Ivy Bridge launch confirmed for April 29

After being delayed a couple different times, the Ivy Bridge CPU is set to debut on April 29. This after Intel had first pushed back the launch from the first quarter of 2012 to the second quarter, and then announced that it would be delayed even further. But computing enthusiasts are hoping that it will be worth the wait, and if the hype is anything to believed, it will be.

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Air-style MacBook Pro in production tip insiders

Air-style MacBook Pro in production tip insiders

Apple's refreshed MacBook Pro range is currently in production, with new 13- and 15-inch models ditching the DVD drive to deliver MacBook Air style but more performance grunt, according to insiders. The first batch of the new Pros is headed to Apple this month, industry rumor-mongers DigiTimes' sources in the supply chain claim, and are believed to use Intel Ivy Bridge processors along with offering more storage than the Air.

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15-inch MacBook Air coming April says source

15-inch MacBook Air coming April says source

So you love the svelte nature of the current MacBook Airs, but you need something with a little bit more screen real estate. A 15-inch version would be about right, no? It’s not the first time we’ve heard a rumor about a forthcoming 15-inch MacBook Air, although new information today suggests Apple could be releasing one as soon as April.

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ASUS Zenbook UX31A and UX21A revealed with Ivy Bridge

ASUS Zenbook UX31A and UX21A revealed with Ivy Bridge

Two new Zenbooks are coming from ASUS this season, the UX31A and UX21A, both of them popping up with impossibly thin chassis, Ivy Bridge under the hood, and matte Full HD IPS displays. The team at ASUS has been bringing the heat over the past few months with computers and tablets the entire industry can be proud of, and these to magic makers are no exception to the rule. Each of these notebooks will be replacements for their previous generation models, UX31A and UX21A replacing US31 and UX21 respectively.

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Intel shows off touchscreen Ultrabook reference design

Intel shows off touchscreen Ultrabook reference design

The Asus Transformer Prime is the go-to tablet is you want to combine a touchscreen with a detachable keyboard dock, but what about the same concept running on Intel hardware and Windows software? Turns out that Intel are demoing that exact notion at CeBIT 2012 with an Ivy Bridge Ultrabook touchscreen reference design.

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Fujitsu Lifebook LTE ultrabook revealed

Fujitsu Lifebook LTE ultrabook revealed

Fujitsu has previewed its upcoming ultrabook, an unnamed Lifebook model measuring a scant 16mm thick despite toting a 14-inch edge-to-edge display and LTE/3G integrated connectivity. The Fujitsu ultrabook runs Intel's Ivy Bridge processors, Ultrabook News reports, and is expected to weigh under 1.4kg with its full magnesium chassis.

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Apple’s thinner MacBook Pros still en route for April

Apple’s thinner MacBook Pros still en route for April

Despite recent reports that Intel's next-gen Ivy Bridge chips may see an 8- to 10-week delay, which pushes the release back to June, insider sources say that Apple may still be launching the much rumored MacBook Pro refresh as early as April. Intel has staggered its shipments before and may give Apple a head start with about 900,000 units, according to DigiTimes' sources in Apple's upstream supply chain.

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Intel Ivy Bridge chips delayed until June

Intel Ivy Bridge chips delayed until June

If you've been holding out for Intel's next-gen Ivy Bridge-equipped computers thinking they'll be on their way in April, you'll be disappointed to know that manufacturing issues are now pushing back the schedule to sometime in June. This 8 to 10 week delay was revealed by Intel's executive VP and Intel China chairman, Sean Maloney, during an interview today with the Financial Times.

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Razer Project Fiona gaming tablet revealed

Razer Project Fiona gaming tablet revealed

Razer has delivered on its gaming tablet tease, revealing Project Fiona at CES today. A sub-$1,000 Windows 8 slate that could potentially launch in Q4 2012, Project Fiona packs a third-gen Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor and a hybrid user interface with a pair of integrated game controllers with analog sticks, each of which offers force feedback.

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