After announcing its plans to make already energy-efficient chips consume less power last September, word has it that Intel is putting the plan into action, and is starting with their Ivy Bridge family of chips.
Intel has started shipping their Oak Trail Atom processor earlier this week, so we should start seeing a number of Intel Inside-branded tablets by May. Like the rest of Intel’s Atom processors usually found on netbooks, the new Atom Z670 chip is designed to consume less power, while also emitting less heat, and take up
Intel has just introduced the new dual-core Atom N570 processor for netbooks at CeBIT. Yeah, we know that, like the small mammals that toppled the dinosaurs before, tablets have been basically pushing out netbooks. But the market’s still there, and in case you ever need to pick up a low-cost, portable PC in the near
Intel just released a couple of new processors under the Core i5 and i7 desktop lines that should cater to gamers and enthusiasts looking to get more performance from overclocking. Tagged as the Core i5-655K and Core i7-875K, these two new K-series processors come with mainstream price tags, but offer something that was previously limited
Intel just introduced a new Atom processor, but this one ain’t for netbooks. Codenamed Moorestown, the Z600 is meant for use on smaller portable devices such as smartphones and slates, and is much more power efficient than it’s made-for-netbook brethren, touting a battery life that’s listed at around 4-5 hours for browsing over a cellular