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CES 2018

AZIO Prepares New Ambidextrous RGB Gaming Mouse – The Atom

We are here at CES 2018 and have just taken a look at AZIO's upcoming ambidextrous RGB gaming mouse, the Atom. Realizing that there is a market for hardware that can be used by both left and right-handed gamers, AZIO set out to design a mouse that would be attractive to all users.

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Intel Introduces New Branding Levels for Atom Processors

In order to help people understand the level of processor performance and make an informed purchase decision based on their needs, Intel Atom processors will now be offered in three distinct brand levels in a good/better/best construct - the Intel Atom x3, x5 and x7 processors. This change will start with the next generation of processors. Intel Atom x3 processor provides basic, but genuine Intel-level tablet, phablet and smartphone performance.

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Calxeda, AMD to be Rivaled By Intel’s Broadwell SoC

Intel has updated its road map with a new, low-power server chip to help it ward off competition from Calxeda and other makers of low-power chips. It seems Intel plans to take interest in the field of production it hasn’t explored befre. SoC design is mostly use to cut down power consumption and deliver a compact solution for both low and high end users. The Broadwell SoC will be manufactured with a 14nm process and targeted at the server market where power efficiency is prioritized above all.

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Intel Atom Z3770 Bay Trail Performance Revealed

If reports leaked over the internet are true than most probably Intel’s’ next generation Bay trail platform will have some extra ordinary performances. Intel upcoming Atom Z3770 processors allow power quad core chip that will include in the Bay Trail family. It uses the company’s Silvermont technology which is expected to power the upcoming Atom, Celeron and Pentium chips. Benchmark results were recently shown on one of the websites which gave us a clear picture of what kind of performance to expect and highlights on the fact that how the new Atom Z3770 is compared with other processors and its forerunners.

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Intel to Kill Off Atom Brand

Intel is planning to drop their "Atom" brand name. The main reason behind this is because many people associate it with "entry-level" or "cheap". I guess that what Intel gets for the whole netbook idea (remember those?). The Atom branding could affect the popularity of Intel's "Clover Trail+" mobile SoCs. These mobile SoCs are intended to compete with high performance SoCs from Qualcomm and NVIDIA.

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Intel Atom N2xxx ULV CPUs Detailed

Intel has come up with its latest low voltage CPUs which includes three models under the atom N2xxxx series. These are N2805. N2810, N2910 manufactured on 20nm technology. These three models have been added today to Intel’s official pricelist. Their names indicate that they are atoms but they are enlisted in the ULV Celeron M section. The top SKU includes four cores with no hyper-threading technology which probably means that they are based on the new valley view M core.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to Feature Intel Atom Clovertrail SoC

Latest reports say that details of Samsung next generation Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 have just seeped out in the market. Enclosed is a blazing fast Inlet Atom Z2560 processor. According to the GLBenchmark both the new variants of the intangible Samsung Galaxy Tab have appeared on its servers. Two models which are expected to come out are Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 3 8.0. While the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 have still been kept under veil of secrecy but the point of reference do give us a partial view about the specifications and internals of device.

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Intel and Mobile Computing

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.

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