Lately, ASUS has been all show and no tell, giving consumers a preview of its leaked Zenbook Prime lineup, but no solid U.S. release. So, consumers stateside eager to mark up those sleek ultraportables with fingerprint grease will just have to make do with a peak at what lies beneath, courtesy of the
Intel is presenting at the e21 Forum at Computex in Taipei, and SVP Tom Kilroy just announced that the company is planning to focus on touch-enabled Ultrabooks, investing in factories that produce panels that are 13 inches and larger. Some of the partners listed included TPK, Wintek, HannsTouch and Cando,
Intel had a few nuggets for us at its Computex presentation today, but this being a keynote, there always needs to be a bit of pageantry. After a bit of on-stage gaming and a quick 30-second karaoke session, a stage-wide curtain dropped to the sound of a buzzer, revealing 50 nondescript Ultrabooks, each
Has your daisy chain met the end of the line? Fear not, dear peripheral addict, because Gigabyte’s latest Z77X-UP5 TH motherboard is equipped to feed your addiction with double the number of Thunderbolt ports as we’ve seen from other manufacturers. The company is taking to the floor of Computex to show
Sure Qualcomm has snagged quite the coup by sliding some of its dual-core S4 CPUs into the US-bound Galaxy S IIIs, but it’s not stopping there. The company just revealed versions of these chips will power connected HDTVs and set-top boxes as well as PCs and Windows 8 (including Windows Phone devices.
We just got a hands-on demo of Microsoft Windows RT running on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 development tablet here at Computex 2012 in Taipei. The verdict? It’s smooth as silk on a 1.5GHz dual-core APQ8060A with 2GB of RAM, which means it’s likely to be even more impressive on the company’s quad-core offering.
Funny thing about this year’s Computex. There are very, very few ARM-based tablets to be found. Most of the slates we’ve seen have been running Windows 8 paired with a PC-grade X86 Intel processor (and that’s not even counting all of the touchscreen Ultrabooks we’ve seen!). Well, Intel just dropped a
On our last episode of "Spot the Enterprise," the grizzled shuttle prototype was being unloaded from a wheeled transporter after a private 747 flight. Now it’s arrived on a barge at New Jersey, and onlookers on cruise ships, beaches and Coney Island were treated to a glimpse of the wayfaring craft. After
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from MSI. Sure, the company is still into gaming laptops, but remember that this is a company that once dominated the netbook space alongside the likes of ASUS and Acer. Well, netbooks are dead, and the company never really embraced tablets, the thing that replaced
Sure today’s Microsoft E3 keynote was jam-packed full of high octane explosions, but the biggest excitement from the hardware-free event was arguably SmartGlass, a new technology from Redmond that promises to help to bring together users’ diverse array of screens. When it was initially leaked ahead of