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ultra-low-voltage

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MSI notebook first with Intel's ultra-low voltage processor

The X-Slim X340 beats much larger PC makers to the punch with Intel's CULV.

By May 27, 2009

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Chromebook diaries: day one

Nic Healey kicks off a week-long experiment to manage his day-to-day work life entirely from a Google Chromebook.

By October 20, 2013

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Acer Aspire 7 ultrabook graced by Gorilla Glass lid

At Computex, Acer shows off two Windows 8 ultrabooks with full-HD touch screens and backlit keyboards.

By June 4, 2012

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Dell says XPS 13 ultrabook exceeds sales expectations

Dell's first ultrabook is off to a strong start, offering some hope for the new class of skinny laptops.

By April 29, 2012

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Intel offers clarification on 'Ivy Bridge' chip delay

Chip giant says that reports of an eight-week delay are "inaccurate." It's actually just a "few weeks."

By February 27, 2012

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Top tech trends at CES 2012

We put our blinkers on and strided down the Las Vegas strip towards CES, to stick or twist on the tech trends that will shake up 2012.

By January 17, 2012

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Steve Jobs knocked Intel's chip design, inflexibility

In a new biography, the Apple co-founder leveled some sharp criticism at Intel and even grew impatient because he believed Apple would have to teach the world's premier chip company how to design better chips.

By October 25, 2011

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HP and Apple face-off: EliteBook vs. MacBook

As Hewlett-Packard considers its options for the PC business--the world's largest--it's a good time to take a look at one of the company's premier business laptops and compare it to the MacBook Air, Apple's premier notebook.

By September 25, 2011

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'Sandy Bridge' driver update boosts Windows game performance

Intel's graphics driver update accelerates game performance on Windows systems with Sandy Bridge processors and Intel's HD graphics.

By September 20, 2011

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Acer Aspire Ultrabook S3: thinner than MacBook Air

Acer's first ultrabook laptop is a doozy, not only slimmer but cheaper than Apple's MacBook Air. Consider the stakes raised.

By September 2, 2011