Saturday 21 April 2012 at 11:57 am
Intel confirmed the fact that more than seventy four new ultrabooks and at least ten tablet computers were to be released in 2012.
Thus, Intel may cause decline in sales of Apple MacBook Air laptops and iPad tablets. Also, leaders of the company said that in 2013 there were to be created chips much more advanced, but first in the market we will see devices based on the third generation CPUs of Core line founded on the Ivy Bridge architecture.
As to advantages, new CPUs New CPUs are to allow 70% increasing graphic performance of an embedded HD Graphics 2500/4000 chip, and also to support three displays functioning simultaneously.
At the IDF Beijing 2012 conference Intel has took a part in, its main thesis was the energy consumption issue.
Tuesday 17 April 2012 at 12:49 pm
It's arguable that netbooks have been somewhat eclipsed lately in the press by tablets and indeed ultrabooks, as well. But are they really lacking, or are people's priorities not the same as the initial target market for these mini-laptops?
Netbooks are, it's worth remembering, not as limited as tablets. In fact, they're sitting on specs that didn't look out of place in a laptop several years ago, and are perfectly capable of performing all sorts of tasks. Tablets, however, are not designed with capability in mind in the same way that a laptop, PC or, of course, a netbook is. Tried playing on a netbook? Works fine. Tablet? Not the same.
Thursday 05 April 2012 at 07:52 am
The Toshiba corporation always strives to be in the vanguard of efforts intended to reduce influence done by people on environment.
The Toshiba strategy
As a corporative citizen of the Earth planet Toshiba contributes to creating more qualitative society life in harmony with nature. The Toshiba strategy is aimed to increase ecology efficiency till 2050 and make our output be better.
Considering ecological aspects during processes
Toshiba strives to be a pioneer in the most modern and environmentally friendly informational technologies. Its goal today and tomorrow is to make our world be more environmentally safe for future generations.