Nvidia showed for the first time a new quad-core mobile processor code named Project Kal-El. Nvidia hopes to have a tablet using the new processor in the market in August and a smartphone later this year.
The Motorola Xoom, the only tablet currently being shown with Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) running on it, will have a clear time advantage over its competition.
AMD says its Fusion architecture alone can do a lot of heavy-lifting that only expensive CPUs and standalone video cards could do before.
Great performance and gaming meet sleek design and a weak keyboard.
Micro Express manages to ship a staggeringly average laptop using Intel’s new Sandy Bridge CPUs.
Intel, AMD, and Nvidia’s latest laptop chips are great, but are muddled with marketing terms that seem almost designed to confuse customers.
Between tweeting on our TVs and banking on our smartphones, the future is a very strange place. But does this future need wireless graphics cards?
Dell’s latest iteration of the XPS 17 brings an understated look and discrete graphics to the premium XPS lineup.