Acer has decided to include full-voltage processors on its thin-and-light laptops while promising strong battery life. Also new, the company has an 11-inch model that could be a Netbook-killer.
What's between a Netbook and a full-size laptop? A whole bunch of options, and Intel's new processors are among them.
Sony's new Vaio Y series is 1.2-inches thick and weighs around 4.2 pounds making it plenty thin but also a bit on the heavy side for a thin 13-inch laptop. In part that's because of the magnesium chassis that adds a nice durable feel.
Acer's leaked Timeline 1810T looks like the soon-to-be-future of small-form laptops.
Dell's first ultrabook is off to a strong start, offering some hope for the new class of skinny laptops.
These chips are headed to your next laptop, if you're in the market for an ultrabook or a MacBook Air.
Chip giant says that reports of an eight-week delay are "inaccurate." It's actually just a "few weeks."
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.
Acer's Ultrabook debuted at $899, proving that an extremely thin Windows laptop built with high-quality materials can be priced at under $1,000.
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.