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Intel finds the technology needed for the production of Ultrabooks too costly, making them incapable of undercutting the MacBook Air Prices.
Since then, Intel was aiming to produce a number of energy-efficient products that are capable of grasping a large percentage of the market sales. They started this goal by introducing a new version of laptops addressed as “Ultrabooks”. These so-called Ultrabooks are believed to mimic some features of Apple’s MacBook Air, but with a much thinner and lighter feel. It is also expected to cover up 40% of the laptop market by the last quarter of 2012.
In order to achieve this goal, Intel has to work on producing cheaper laptops. However, sources close to the company said that the manufacturers are facing difficulties on pricing their devices lower than Apple’s MacBook Air, thus, affecting their aimed success in the market.Read the rest of the article »
Lenovo elevates battery-charging technology with the ThinkPad X1.
Lenovo has finally unveiled their latest addition to their line of business-driven laptops — the ultra-slim ThinkPad X1. And although Gadg is sure the laptop has plenty of sweet specs to go around, what the X1 boasts the most is its new battery technology. No release date and prices have been unveiled yet.
Equipped with Lenovo’s RapidCharge technology, the ThinkPad X1 is touted to have a battery that will recharge 2.5 times faster than previous ThinkPad cells. The X1 can charge up to 80% in just 30 minutes.
See the full details after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung ships keyloggers with its new laptops? That can't be!
An article published at Network World claims that Samsung installs Microsoft Windows keylogger on its laptops by default. As written by Mohamed Hassan, the VIPRE Antivirus detected a StarLogger software on two Samsung laptops from different retailers.
In addition to this, Samsung support seems to confirm the allegation by saying that StarLogger is installed by default to monitor the machine’s performance and how it is used.
Samsung Tomorrow posted a statement to deny the claim. According to them, VIPRE mistook a folder, C:\WINDOWS\SL, as a keylogger software. More over, F-Secure said that the company hasn’t seen any kind of peak of StarLogger reports. That said, new laptops from Samsung are actually safe.View Article Source »
Stolen laptop? Though we might not be able to track where it is, we can do a system lockdown through a simple SMS. What are we talking about? We're talking about the Intel Core vPro processor.
Nothing says “you’re screwed” more than having your laptop, tablet or desktop containing corporate and private data lost or stolen. Intel is right on the case for those scenarios as they’ve unveiled its second-generation Core vPro processors which allows you to disable a lost or stolen unit through an encrypted SMS over a 3G network. Should the unit and system miraculously comes back, then another SMS can unlock it. The Core vPro is available on Intel’s new Core i3, i5, and i7 business chips. And no, the technology to track your stolen laptops still hangs in the air.Read the rest of the article »
Lenovo capitalizes their Thinkpad L, T, and W series laptops with improved processors and battery life. Long live Lenovo!
Lenovo’s not out of the game yet as they’ve unleashed some buffed up Thinkpad T, L, and W series laptops refreshed with Intel’s latest processors, NVIDIA/ATI’s graphic cards, and not to mention improved VoIP features. The new laptops complement Lenovo’s serious push into the laptop market with their Sandy Bridge devices back at the CES 2011. And although the designs lack a little innovation or design at all (they look like our dad’s laptops in the early 2000s), these powerhouse laptops can sure pack a punch with their specs. Hit the break to check out an overview of each series.Read the rest of the article »
Make your MacBook Air stand out in the crowd of silver hardware with the help of Colorware. The company customizes your laptop according to your taste and personality.
If you are still not satisfied withe the MacBook Air that you have right now, then you’re not alone. Almost eveybody wants to pimp their laptops to give it a different vibe. Colorware will help you find your
laptop’s true identity with their great innovation.
Colorware asks for $1,850 in exchange of MacBook Air made in your specifications. If you have that big amount, why don’t you grab the opportunity? Making your MacBook Air fit your personality has never been this easy.
See the video of what is Colorware all about after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Three years have passed since the last Macbook product. But no time to reminisce now for the newest version of Macbook is coming to town.
It’s been roughly three whole years since Macbook Air landed on our laps. Hailed as an extremely useful product with several things in store for you.
The newest Air reportedly features a whooping 11.6″ screen and the Intel Core i-series CPU for low power and high output. There is no doubt the new Air will carry an SSD, and let’s not get surprised to see a 3G data package, similar to the one present on iPad.View Article Source »
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