One the eve of the 2011 CES show, Intel has officially unveiled the details about its new line of desktop and laptop CPUs.
Move over, Broadwell: the sixth generation of Intel Core i-series CPUs are almost here. Here's how it will -- and won't -- affect your PC and Mac buying choices.
The Chinese company has updated its line of laptops with new hardware and features, including Intel's fifth-generation Core i-series processors.
Fourth-gen Core i-series "Haswell" CPUs promise big leaps in performance and battery life.
This desktop replacement features Intel's fourth-gen Core processor and a big ol' screen.
Now that we've reviewed a handful of Windows 8 tablets with Intel Core i-series CPUs, one model is the clear leader.
Equipped with second-gen Intel Core i-series CPUs and improved Nvidia graphics, the new Dell XPS 15 performs even better than its predecessor, although it's still just as bulky. Also, keep in mind that the XPS 15 ranges greatly in price, from $799 up to $1,500.
Intel's third-generation Core-i-series processors go mainstream with new dual-core Core i5 and Core i7 versions.
For its new family of Core i-series CPUs, Intel has updated the specs required to earn one of its official ultrabook stickers.
A handful of laptops are now available to order with Intel's third-gen Core i-series CPUs; see the list here.