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The fall in desktop PC sales is starting to shake throughout the industry, as Intel has released ideas to wind down its desktop motherboard division over the next 3 years. According to AnandTech, the company will lunched boards that are based on the Haswell architecture before completely suspending development. Moreover, Intel will instead focus its efforts on creating form factor reference designs for the Ultrabook, tablet and desktop markets. Curiously, 1 product that is now protected from the announcement is the Next Unit of Computing...

Many will bristle at the implication, but as the MacBook Air inspired the Ultrabook, mainstream laptops will likely seek to ape the Retina Display MacBook Pro, sorry, MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The clunky name aside, it seems that the next generation of devices will remove disc drives and Ethernet ports in favor of pixel dense displays and lose weight. But did Jonathan Ive’s trash can get too full? If you have been using 1, do you still ache for those phantom limbs, or is it peaceful on that side of the river? (adsbygoogle...

  Acer’s TravelMate line of notebooks usually skews toward the business set, but its latest model is made for that other breed of on-the-go types: students. The new TravelMate B113 is an 11.6-incher weighing in at three pounds and measuring one inch thick. Processor options top out a Core i3 Ivy Bridge CPU with 4GB of RAM, and the hard drive offers a max capacity of 500GB. The 11.6-inch display sports a ho-hum resolution of 1,366 x 768 — and isn’t touch-enabled for Windows 8 — but then again we’re looking...

If you’re absolutely stuck on not spending a penny more than $199 on a laptop, then you’ve probably had your eye on Acer’s C7 Chromebook. The barebones machine won’t be taking home any awards for performance, battery life or build quality this holiday season, but it does fit the bill at just shy of 200 bucks, including 100 gigs of Google Drive storage for the first two years (a $120 value). NewEgg, TigerDirect and Staples.com have now joined the ranks of proud C7 distributors, in addition to Google Play and Best...

Karachi, March 11, 2012– Intel Corporation unveiled its vision to re-invent mobile computing once again with introduction of a new class of device that delivers the most complete and satisfying computing experience, called the Ultrabook™. Intel’s research shows that people want technology to help them get things done, be more productive, and to learn and advance themselves. People also want to in control, know that their identity is protected, and that their data could be safeguarded if a computer is stolen or lost. People...