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Xolo X900



Intel CEO Paul Otellini announced during a financial earnings call that the company's first Atom based smartphone will go on sale "later this week".



This is not really a surprise because the Indian company Lava, with whom Intel partnered to make Atom based Android phones, has already announced their intentions to launch the Xolo X900 tomorrow, April 19, in India.



Intel Atom


The X900 has a 4-inch display with 1024 x 600 resolution with proximately 295 PPI, 8-megapixel camera with flash, 10fps burst mode and 1080p video recording, 1.3 megapixel front camera, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage space, HSPA+ connectivity up to 21Mbps, HDMI out and NFC built-in. The device will launch with Android Gingerbread 2.3.7 and will be Upgraded to 4.0.3 in the near future.





The Xolo X900 will use Intel Atom Z2460 processor that has a single-core 1.6GHz Saltwell CPU with Hyper-Threading, PowerVR SGX540 GPU clocked at 400MHz and 32-bit Dual channel LPDDR2 memory. This processor, however, is based on Intel x86 architecture that differs from the one that ARM uses on almost every other SoC on the market, which means application compatibility is going to be an issue initially.

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Samsung series 7



We've just announced that Intel Ivy Bridge Proccesoors has just been released into market, Today Samsung Electronics have come forth with a gaming laptop that may well be the envy of the masses soon the Samsung Series 7 Gamer is popping up this summer with Ivy Bridge. This 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 processor-toting beast also works with NVIDIA Geforce graphics and Dolby Home Theater sound.


Samsung series 7

The Series 7 Gamer has Gaming Mode, General Mode, Quiet Mode, and Power Saver Mode, Have a look a what these modes are Here:

1. Gaming Mode - When in gaming mode, a distinctive graphic appears on the screen identifying the active mode. The main gaming keys are highlighted on the keyboard in red, and a light is turned on around the speakers, which pulsates to match the game's sounds. The Windows® key and touchpad are disabled when a game is inserted, eliminating the possibility of accidentally hitting the wrong part of the keyboard while playing. The keyboard also features ergonomic u-shaped key caps, a 2.7mm keystroke and separated arrow keys, enabling you to engage in rapid play with minimal errors.

2. General Mode - In this mode, the laptop is optimized for regular computing tasks, such as web surfing, Microsoft® Office computing and photo viewing.

3. Quiet Mode - In quiet mode, sounds are disabled and the fan is turned off to result in a quieter experience.

4. Power Saver Mode - To save battery life, only the most critical parts of the processor are running when the laptop is in this mode.


Series 7


This Monster has a 17.3-inch display comes in at 1920×1080 pixel resolution, works with Samsung SuperBright technology, and is capable of 400-nit brightness massive! It has a NVIDIA® Geforce® GTX675M graphics inside. Also it got a 16GB RAM and a 1.5TB 7200RPM hard drive, Windows 7 Home Premium and a Quick Boot mode for starting up from cold in 19 seconds.


This Laptop is Available for a price of $1,899 in Samsung stores and retailers.


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iPad powered by Samsung

Well, If you don't know that already, Despite the huge patents disagreements btween Apple & Samsung, Samsung is the manufacture of all Apple's mobile products (iPhone, iPad, IPod) CPU chips like the A4, A5 and the latest A5X chip for the New iPad.

A5X Samsung

After the iPhone 5 launch this summer with the A5X chip, Samsung won't manufacture the CPU chips for upcoming Apple products anymore which was the reason of these product's success on the Market. However, Intel will kicks-in and take the deal to be the CPU Manufacture of the upcoming Apple Mobile products.


During Intel's annual investor day on Thursday, CEO Paul Otellini outlined his plans to have Intel Inside mobile devices including those manufactured by Apple. Thanks to tablet sales from the market leading Apple iPad, the PC market shrank by 6% during last year's Q4, giving Intel fewer boxes to put its chips into and none other than Apple CEO Tim Cook said that he predicts that the tablet market will eventually top the PC market. Otellini says that he needs to make Intel's silicon compelling enough by running the iPad better than the current Apple's Samsung-made chips.



Intel Wireless charring laptops

Computex this year showed many windows 8 tablets this year, One of these is this laptop with Intel's built-in wireless charging standard.

The setup demonstrated was the laptop with a smartphone (Samsung Galaxy Ace) put next to it and the phone will began charging without any cables. Pretty cool, as you won't have to carry the USB cable with you as well while lugging around your laptop anymore. See the Video below!


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Every year Intel talks the talk about being able to put their chips inside devices as tiny as a smartphone, but this year they are walking the walk with the help of Lenovo. The Chinese personal computer maker may not be known for smartphones on this side of the pond, but in their home country they are quite popular. They have just announced the K800 and say that it will ship in Q2 of this year running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

When it coms to Specifications you are looking at a 1.6 GHz Intel Z2460 on a 4.5 inch 720p resolution display, 8-megapixel camera, and Intel own XMM 6260 radio chipset that supports 21 Mbps 3G HSPA+, quadband EDGE.

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Intel Core i5

Intel has just unveiled seven new members of its Sandy Bridge family of CPUs. We got three quad-core desktop processors of the Core i5 variety and four Celeron CPUs meant for use in mobile devices.

The first and most powerful of the new processors is Core i5-2550K, which is an unlocked-multiplier CPU with a stock clock speed of 100MHz higher than the i5-2500K. The i5-2550K runs at 3.4GHz, with frequencies of up to 3.8GHz possible with the Turbo boost.

The other two new i5 processors are 2450P and 2380P and they run at 3.2 GHz and 3.1 GHz, respectively. The P here stands for GPU-less, as those come without the built-in Intel HD 3000 graphics.

Full List with Prices



Specifications of New Intel CPUs (1/30/2012)
SKU Core/Thread Count Frequency Max Turbo Frequency L3 Cache TDP Price
Core i5-2550K 4/4 3.4GHz 3.8GHz 6MB 95W $225
Core i5-2450P 4/4 3.2GHz 3.5GHz 6MB 95W $195
Core i5-2380P 4/4 3.1GHz 3.4GHz 6MB 95W $177
Celeron B815 2/2 1.6GHz N/A 2MB 35W $86
Celeron B720 1/1 1.7GHz N/A 1MB 35W $70
Celeron 867 2/2 1.3GHz N/A 2MB 17W $134
Celeron 797 1/1 1.4GHz N/A 1MB 17W $107

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Ivy Bridge


Today, a little ahead of schedule, Intel is launching its Ivy Bridge family of processors, the first to feature what it describes as a "3D transistor".

Originally, Intel was supposed to launch the new CPU family on April 29, but after the numerous delays, Intel decided to release it. Built around the 22nm manufacturing process, the Ivy Bridge CPUs feature Intel's 3D tri-gate transistors technology, which boosts power efficiency.


Ivy Bridge Diagram

Initially, 13 quad-core processors of the Core i5 and Core i7 variety are hitting the shelves, most of them aimed at desktop computers. Unfortunately for the ultrabook lovers, dual-core and ultra low voltage Ivy Bridge chips will be delayed yet again until later this summer.


Ex-Intel employee Biswamohan Pani pleaded guilty to wire fraud and theft charges after it was alleged he stole $1 billion worth of trade secrets from Intel, according Reuters reports.

Pani worked at a Hudson, Mass. Intel facility several years ago before leaving for a job at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Intel main rival. There were several days of overlap between both jobs, where Pani had access to Intel data while working for AMD.

Pani pled guilty to the charges in court on Friday. He could face up to 20 years in prison per fraud count when he is sentenced August,8.



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Intel Core


Intel's new Ivy Bridge CPUs the 3rd Genration of Intel Core Processores , and once again the chip manufacturer has offered up a boost in performance while reducing power and heat. If you've been waiting impatiently for retailers to start offering the new line of processors, It's your lucky day, The Ivy bridge CPUs are now available to order from prominent internet retailers like Newegg and Amazon.

The new Ivy Bridge range of processors are built using 3D transistors for increased performance and reduced power consumption. Intel has also upgraded the integrated GPU, with the HD 4000 offering up increased frame rates over the HD 3000. Quick Sync also sees an upgrade to 2.0 for even faster video decoding/encoding, and Ivy Bridge motherboards feature native USB 3.0 support.

3D Transistors technology DEMO

The Intel Core i7-3700K Ivy-bridge has proven so popular that it's already sold out on Newegg, but still seems to be in stock at other retailers. The top of the line chip currently commands a $349.99 price tag, although Microcenter seem to be applying discounts to the Ivy Bridge chips already and they offer the new i7-3700K for $289.99 only.



Ivy Bridge


Nano Technology has No Limits and will never Stop inventing, After the revolutionary 3D-Transistors, Paul Otellini, chief executive of Intel Corp. said that the company had begun to work on 7nm and 5nm process technologies. The company's plans now are to equip its Oregon, Arizona and Irelands fabs to make chips using 14nm fabrication processes.

Intel 5nm

"Our research and development is quite deep, I talk about ten years," said Paul Otellini, chief executive of Intel.

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Chief executive of the world's largest maker of microprocessors said that that the company's products made using 7nm and 5nm process technologies "on time and on target".



The War of Low-price tablets has no ending, Intel has entered the educational tablet market with a low-priced model. The 7-inch Display Tablet offers an aspect ratio of 16:9 and resolution of 1024 x 600. The tablet supports a dual operating system which means both Windows and Android are enabled.

Intel logo

A 2MP camera is on the back while a .3MP shooter is on the front. 1GB of DDR2 RAM is on board and the tablet is available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB variants. The site quotes industry sources as saying that the price for the tablet will run in the $200-$300 range depending on specs and customs tariffs.


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Intel is currently working hard as this week announced that they are hard at work porting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to their mobile chipsets "Atom".

Intel is hoping to expand its footprint in the rapidly growing world of mobile devices, and successfully porting current versions of Android would be an important step in the right directions.





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