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Intel's 'Sandy Bridge' for laptops tested

The CNET Labs team has been benchmarking a "Sandy Bridge" test laptop provided by Intel. Read on to see how the new technology does against last year's highest-end laptops.

By January 12, 2011

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New Asus laptops use Intel's latest CPUs

Asus has several revamped laptop lines, all supporting Intel's next-gen processors.

By January 5, 2011

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Intel's next-gen Sandy Bridge Core CPUs explained

Remember those fancy Core CPUs that debuted last year – y'know, the Core i3, i5 and i7 range? Intel's knocked together a set of second-generation Core chips for 2011.

By January 4, 2011

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Intel's 2nd-gen chip arrives, with Hollywood in tow

Chip giant's second-generation Intel Core processors are upon us. Hundreds of PC models will be released over the next several months based on Intel's highest-performing chip to date.

By January 2, 2011

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Nvidia: Gaming on Intel's next-gen chip

Graphics-chip supplier Nvidia says demand for its chips will be healthy in 2011, right alongside Intel's newest "Sandy Bridge" processor.

By December 18, 2010

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No light for Intel's initial Light Peak tech

The first Intel Light Peak connector technology will not use light, as previously expected. Rather, connectors will use copper, according to sources.

By December 9, 2010

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Apple to tap Intel's graphics for future MacBooks

Apple will move its MacBook line to Intel's Sandy Bridge processors in 2011, possibly squeezing out rival graphics chips, sources tell CNET.

By December 9, 2010

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Should you wait for Intel's Sandy Bridge laptops?

Systems based on Intel's 'Sandy Bridge' processors are coming soon. Should consumers sit tight until laptops arrive sometime in the first quarter?

By November 26, 2010

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Intel CEO addresses Microsoft Office on ARM

Intel's CEO discusses Microsoft Office running on ARM chips, a potentially scary scenario for the chipmaker.

By January 13, 2011

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Intel CEO: How we will compete with ARM

Intel CEO Paul Otellini discussed how Intel will compete with the ARM chip, which is running away with the tablet market so far.

By January 13, 2011