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One the eve of the 2011 CES show, Intel has officially unveiled the details about its new line of desktop and laptop CPUs.
The Sony Vaio Z series is thin and light enough to bother the MacBook Air, and is the first PC to use Intel's Light Peak technology, for speedy data transfer.
Sony's Vaio Z series may eclipse Apple in ultra-cool tech, but Sony's pricing is problematic. We won't know how problematic until Sony announces pricing in the U.S. and Apple announces its updated MacBook Air.
A new 3-pound ThinkPad from Lenovo comes with a USB 3.0 port option, Intel solid-state drives, and the latest Sandy Bridge processors.
Chip giant's updated price list includes new dual-core Sandy Bridge chips, some likely bound for Apple's MacBooks.
Updated Dell XPS laptops offer improved processor and graphics options and add 3D Vision.
Systems using Intel's new "Sandy Bridge" chip are available from top-tier vendors--but they're not cheap. Less-expensive dual-core Sandy Bridge systems are due in the spring.
Lenovo's new IdeaPads focus on new processors, faster performance.