GIGABYTE, a rising brand in the notebook industry, launched an array of notebooks and a tablet with fabulous functions and powerful specifications. Each GIGABYTE model is highlighted by the number of ports that is available to give the user complete convenience, sleek innovative design, and Global warranty for a complete peace of mind. By launching a slate S1082, a Convertible Ultrabook U2142, a high performance Ultrabook U2442, and two high-end Gaming Notebooks – P2542/P2742; GIGABYTE has expanded its line and range of notebooks.
So the next big concern coming down the aisle for Ultrabooks may be simpler than CPU, RAM, hard-drives, and networking, it will concern what material to use. It seems much of the aluminum chassis needed to produce the popular magnesium-aluminum alloy for these devices is in short supply (with Apple having formed rock solid alliances with the two major alloy vendors) and manufacturers like Acer, Asus and HP are considering using fiberglass. Acer has already announced plans for a 15-inch fiberglass-encased notepad in 2012.
ASUS has quite a few announcements today as IFA Berlin approaches. Some of the new products that caught our eye are the ASUS Zenbook U500VZ, which is a slim ultra-portable featuring Intel Core i7 quad-core processors and NVIDIA GT650M graphics, the Zenbook Prime UX21A Touch, which is the first Zenbook with a multi-touch display. ASUS was also showing off the Taichi, an ultra-portable with a double-sided display and the Transformer Book, the world’s first convertible notebook. We have the scoop on all of these new products, read on to check them out!
CyberPower Inc. www.cyberpowerpc.com, a global manufacturer of custom gaming machines, today announced the Cyberpower ZEUS-M – a 14.1-inch screen ultra-responsive and ultra-sleek Ultrabook, inspired by Intel.
The CyberpowerPC Zeus-M has the ideal blend of performance, portability and smart capabilities to get any user through the day. The Zeus-M is powered by a visibly smart Intel Core i5-3317U Ivy Bridge Dual Core Processor; energy-efficient HM77 chipset; 60GB SSD; and includes 8GB of system memory for ultra-fast response.
Lenovo had their own private booth this year at CES. They showed us their new ThinkPad T430U Ultrabook that features optional discrete 1GB NVIDIA graphics, support for Intel’s latest Core processors and is just under 4LBS. One really cool Ultrabook we were shown was the IdeaPad Yoga. Not only is it 17mm thin the screen can be folded over backwards to transform the Ultrabook into a tablet. Read on to check out these and some of the other things Lenovo showed us.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – January 5, 2012: Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) today announced the ThinkPad X1 Hybrid laptop, combining the thin, light and performance benefits of its predecessor – the X1 – with double the battery life, up to 10 hours, via the hybrid’s Instant Media Mode, powered by a second processor and operating system. Lenovo also announced today the ThinkPad T430u ultrabook, the company’s first business ultrabook giving professionals exceptionally thin and light design without sacrificing performance and productivity.
Unleashed at the IFA 2011 conference, the Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook has arrived as the premiere, indeed only real, ultrabook on the market. With so many people looking to find a good deal on a laptop and cloud services making storage demands less bulky, it’s no huge surprise that consumers would turn to the newest and slimmest tablets for features including instant-on OS boot-up, solid battery life and portability, to satisfy their computer needs.
Mobile computing has been on the rise, especially in the past few years with the introduction of tablets. It seems devices are getting smaller and smaller, but can you really be productive on a tablet or a smartphone? Intel has been at the forefront making technologies for mobile devices that not only make them powerful, but also make them last a long time. Last week we had the chance to sit down with Intel and see what all they have in store for the mobile space. Read on to learn about their new technologies and check out some of the products they brought with them to demo.