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Review: Asus Chromebook C300

11/19, 9:30pm

Fanless, stylish Chromebook enjoys long battery life, held back by its hardware

When Chromebooks hit the market back in 2011, consumers didn't know what to do with them. The low-cost laptops, powered by Google's ChromeOS, were initially considered inferior to more expensive options -- but some sectors, like education, saw the potential they bring. Nearly three years after Chromebooks first went on sale, the affordable notebooks are still going strong, with numerous manufacturers producing them. Asus currently makes two Chromebooks, one of which is the C300. For consumers that have decided to dip into the Chromebook pool, would the C300 be a good introduction? Find out in our review.

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Acer adds 4K screen to Aspire V Nitro line, Assassin's Creed promotion

11/03, 5:07pm

Notebook line gets a 15.6-inch UHD model, free game download offered on select models

Acer announced today that it is expanding offerings in its line of gaming and professional graphics notebooks. The Aspire V Nitro series gets another high-end Black Edition, this time with a 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) 15.6-inch screen. Where the previous models offered topped out at Full HD (1080p) options with resolutions up to 1920x1080, the new UHD model bumps the screen up to 3840x2160.

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Nvidia ships Maxwell architecture in GeForce GTX 980M, 970M GPUs

10/07, 5:12pm

Notebook GPUs gain recently-launched Maxwell architecture

Nvidia's Maxwell architecture is now available for notebooks, the graphics chip producer has announced. Previously revealed for desktops in September, the architecture is being made available in the Geforce GTX 980M and GTX 970M GPUs, components claim are now the fastest and second-fastest notebook graphics cards available today.

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Panasonic launches lightweight, 14-inch CF-LX3 Toughbook in the UK

09/30, 5:32pm

Business-class rugged laptop features up to 14 hours of battery life, Intel Core i5

Panasonic announced today that a new entry in its rugged line of notebooks is being released in the UK. The lightweight 14-inch Toughbook CF-LX3 is a notebook that the company says it built for "busy mobile executives." It features a weight of only 2.7 pounds and a battery that can last up to 14 hours depending on activity. Panasonic adds that the Toughbook CF-LX3 can withstand drops from a desk, about a 30-inch fall.

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PAX: iBuyPower brings X99, Haswell Extreme Edition computers

09/03, 4:58pm

Custom computer builder talks about new technology, products and new items in the works

Computer manufacturers were in full force at Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, showing off different machines utilizing the new Haswell Extreme Edition processors and X99 chipset that Intel announced at the beginning of the show. One such manufacturer was iBuyPower, bringing one of the machines to the show to power an Oculus Rift demo.

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MSI launches three X99 motherboards at PAX, puts notebooks on display

09/03, 12:40am

Pricing set at three different levels, finer details seen in GT72 Dominator Pro

During Penny Arcade Expo in Seattle, a number of hardware companies made official announcements to line up with Intel's release of the Haswell Extreme Edition processors. MSI had a big presence at the expo, including the display of three of its X99 motherboards and laptops like the GT72 Dominator Pro for use in tournaments.

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Acer launches Aspire V Nitro gaming notebooks, three monitor ranges

08/13, 5:12pm

Aspire V Nitro range topped by high-specification Black Edition notebooks

Acer is expanding its range of Aspire notebooks with a new collection of gaming systems, named the Aspire V Nitro. At the same time, the company revealed a collection of monitors for gaming and business, with the three new ranges including screen sizes between 27 inches and 32 inches, and with WQHD and 4K resolutions to choose from.

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HP preparing $199 Windows notebook for holiday sale, claims Microsoft

07/14, 2:02pm

Microsoft combats Chromebooks with promise of low-cost notebooks

Microsoft is planning to fight off notebooks running Chrome OS, with the help of low-cost computers being released in time for the holiday season. Revealed at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 today, Microsoft Chief Operating Officer Kevin Turner claimed a number of notebooks running Windows will directly competing against ">Chromebooks, with HP said to be preparing a $199 notebook for sale.

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MSI ships GS60 Ghost Pro, GS70 Stealth Pro gaming notebooks

05/06, 1:51pm

MSI GS60 Ghost Pro boasts 3K-resolution display, Nvidia GPU

MSI has started to ship its GS60 Ghost Pro 3K and GS70 Stealth Pro gaming notebooks in the United States. The larger GS70 Stealth Pro, a follow-up to a notebook released last year, offers a non-reflective 17.3-inch Full HD display, while the GS60 Ghost Pro, revealed in March, opts for a smaller 15.6-inch screen with a higher WQHD+ 3K resolution of 2880x1620.

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Acer refreshes U5, Z3 desktops; adds V11, E11, E14, E15 laptops

04/29, 1:07pm

Acer brings Haswell, touch screens to some entry-level models

At today's Acer release announcement event in New York City, the company has added to its notebook and all-in-one computer families aimed at families and entry-level purchasers. Newly released are the Aspire U5-620 and Z3-615 all-in-one computers, as well as the Aspire V11, E11, E14, and E15 notebooks.

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Toshiba reveals more about Satellite P50t, Satellite S50, S70 ranges

03/20, 6:57am

Haswell-based Toshiba notebooks offer high capacities, high-resolution option

Toshiba has detailed new ranges of notebooks it will be releasing this year, as well as providing additional information for one it has already revealed. More detail about the Satellite P50t, a notebook with a 4K-resolution display first introduced at CES, is provided by the company, along with the lower, more conventional-resolution Satellite S50 and S70 notebooks.

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Forums: A storage solution for a modern age

03/18, 3:36pm

A storage solution for a modern age

This week, MacNN forum-goers have been discussing the best new storage devices after Moderator "OreoCookie" upgraded their machine to a Retina MBP with 256GB of solid state storage and needed more. "RobOnTheCape" turned to the forums looking for help trying to figure out why the SSD on their MacBook Air was full.

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Nvidia reveals GeForce 800M mobile GPUs with Battery Boost

03/12, 1:27pm

New Nvidia GPUs will limit performance to save battery power

Nvidia is hoping to improve the battery performance of gaming notebooks, with the release of six new mobile GPUs. The unveiled 800M-series graphics chips will offer up to double the battery life of previous generations when the notebook is being used for gaming, with the company also carrying over a number of features from its desktop GPUs at the same time.

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Toshiba Chromebook launches with Haswell Celeron processor

01/06, 1:02pm

13.3-inch display, 16GB SSD in first Toshiba Chromebook

Toshiba has launched its first foray in Chrome OS notebooks, by showing a Haswell-based Chromebook at CES. Offering a 13.3-inch, 1366x768-resolution display, the Toshiba Chromebook follows the same pattern as other Chromebooks, in offering a 3.3-pound, 0.8-inch thick notebook with relatively low specifications that are adequate enough for light Internet work, along with a fairly cheap price tag.

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LG prepares to show all-in-one PC, two notebooks at CES

12/31, 6:32am

Notebook joined by version with sliding keyboard, AIO desktop

LG has unveiled what computers and notebooks it will be showing at CES in January, alongside audio equipment and large-screened televisions. An update to a sliding notebook launched at the previous event is accompanied by a more conventional version, while a 27-inch Full HD all-in-one desktop PC will also be making an appearance.

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HP intros new Elite-series desktops, notebooks for businesses

12/10, 2:08pm

EliteDisplay complements compact desktops

HP has added several new computers to its business-oriented Elite series, introducing the EliteBook Folio 1040 G1, EliteBook Revolve G2 and an EliteDesk compact desktop. The 14-inch EliteBook 1040 notebook is said to be significantly thinner and lighter than its predecessor, measuring 15.9mm thick and weighing 3.3 pounds, with an aluminum unibody design that is claimed to be ruggedized to protect against drops or other abuse.

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Intel CEO: Expect $99 tablets, $299 Haswell notebooks, $349 hybrids

10/17, 11:11am

Chip executive hints at holiday pricing

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has reportedly hinted that the company's OEM partners are preparing to embrace aggressive pricing strategies ahead of the holiday shopping season. Speaking during a conference related to the company's quarterly earnings disclosure, the executive is said to have referenced Intel-powered tablets for as little as $99, Haswell notebooks starting at $299, and convertible hybrid tablets with prices as low as $349.

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MSI intros GP-series notebooks for gaming, entertainment

09/30, 3:53pm

Sizes range from 15.6 to 17.3 inches

MSI has introduced three new notebooks that are said to be geared for gaming, entertainment and mobile productivity. Two GP60 models integrate 15.6-inch displays, 2GB NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics and a choice between a 3.0GHz Core i5 processor or 3.2 GHz Core i7 chip. The basic package offers 1366x768 resolution, while the i7 variant steps up to a 1920x1080 panel with an antiglare finish.

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Lenovo intros new ThinkPads, 15.5-inch mobile workstation

09/11, 9:32am

New offerings include budget models

Lenovo has introduced several new ThinkPad notebooks equipped with Intel's latest Haswell-series processors, adding to the T-, W-, L-, and E-series offerings. The W540 is the company's latest mobile workstation, featuring a 15.5-inch IPS panel with 2880x1620 resolution, Nvidia's discrete Quadro graphics and an integrated color calibrator.

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Lenovo targets budget market with Flex-series notebooks, all-in-one

09/05, 8:40am

Notebooks flip to stand mode for touch use

Lenovo has unveiled several new computers at the IFA expo, including two budget-priced notebooks and an all-in-one that will all be sold under the Flex branding. The 14.1-inch Flex 14 and 15.6-inch Flex 15 integrate a 300-degree display hinge, enabling the touchscreen to be used in stand mode.

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Lenovo prepares new ThinkPad lines for September, October release

09/03, 6:32am

Hot-swappable batteries, touchscreens, Haswell processors touted

Lenovo has introduced five new to its ThinkPad T, X, and S series of notebooks. The S440, S540, T440, the previously-launched T440s, and X240, all being shown by the notebook producer at IFA in Berlin, bring slight changes and refreshes to existing lines, with the systems boasting up to 17 hours of battery life, hot-swappable batteries, and fourth-generation Intel Core processors.

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Forums: more than 4GB of RAM and other discussions

08/16, 1:43pm

More than 4GB of RAM and other discussions

One Junior Member is trying to figure out if there is any way to increase the RAM in their MacBook Pro to more than 4GB. Confused Grizzled Veteran "And.reg" is trying to figure out why their calendar colors keep changing in their iCloud account, others report similar problems in the thread titled "Who keeps hacking my iCloud account?"

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Dell Latitude 7000 ultrabooks launch with 12.5-inch, 14-inch screens

08/08, 5:37am

Initial 1366x768 displays to be replaced by multitouch 1080p versions in future

Dell has launched a pair of Latitude 7000-series ultrabooks on sale, with both notebooks using Intel Haswell processors. The Latitude 14 7000 offers a 14-inch 1366x768-resolution anti-glade display, with a touch-enabled 1080p version on the way, while the marginally smaller and lighter Latitude 12 7000 model opts for a similar-resolution 12.5-inch screen, also with a 1920x1080 touch model expected in the future.

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Toshiba unveils 14-inch, 15.6-inch Satellite E-series notebooks

07/29, 1:12pm

New lines have multitouch displays, Intel and AMD processor options

Toshiba has unveiled some new additions to its catalog of notebooks. The 14-inch Satellite E45t Ultrabook and 15.6-inch Satellite E55t and E55Dt models from the Satellite E series are mid-ranged systems that introduce 10-point multitouch support, with the Intel-based versions offer Dragon Assistant voice control and Intel Wireless Display, and the AMD models using a quad-core A6 APU with Radeon graphics.

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Origin PC puts Haswell, Kepler into EON13-S gaming notebook

07/29, 12:12pm

EON13-S offers 13.3-inch 1080p display, GeForce GT765M graphics

Origin PC has announced new notebooks that offer both Haswell processors and Kepler graphics, following on from the EON15-S and EON17-S. The customizeable EON13-S offers a 13.3-inch 1029x1080 IPS display, a 2GB Nvidia GeForce GT765M GPU, and a choice of quad-core Intel Core i7 processors running at 2.4GHz, 2.7GHz, 2.8GHz or 3.0GHz for the Extreme Core i7 version.

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Samsung commences preorders for ATIV Book 9 Lite notebook in US

07/15, 8:03am

Notebook has ten-point multitouch display, AMD processor and graphics

Samsung has opened up its ATIV Book 9 Lite range of notebooks up for pre-sale in the United States, ahead of its release in stores at the end of this month. The ATIV Book 9 Lite notbook was revealed by the company in June, alongside the QHD+ ATIV Book 9 Plus, and offers a 13.3-inch ten-point multitouch display running at 1366x768.

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Samsung unveils two ATIV Book 9 notebooks, ATIV One 5 all-in-one PC

06/20, 4:09pm

ATIV Book 9 Plus uses 3200x1800 13.3-inch touchscreen, 256GB SSD

Samsung unveiled three new computers at tonight's event, at the same time as its ATIV tablets. The ATIV Book 9 Plus is a 13.3-inch notebook with a high-resolution display replacing the Series 9, the Book 9 Lite is a more conventional style notebook, and the ATIV One 5 Style is an all-in-one device designed with the same style as the Galaxy smartphone range.

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Briefly: Laptop Mag tests MacBook Air, Wrappers debut new MBA sleeves

06/13, 12:54pm

Laptop Mag's Mark Spoonaur gives 13-inch MBA 4 out of 5 stars

Mark Spoonaur of Laptop Mag published his thoughts on the latest 13-inch MacBook Air model Tuesday, giving the product four out of five stars. Battery life topped the list of favorable attributes as the MacBook Air lasted 9 hours and 34 minutes in Laptop's tests, a full hour and a half longer than its predecessor. In spite of not having the coveted Retina screen resolution, its screen's clarity and brightness was still praised. The 13-inch Air is one of the first ultraportable laptops to include HD5000 graphics, allowing for a high enough performance that gaming is feasible. In benchmark tests, the Air proved to be faster than the previous model, though some Windows 8 notebooks remain faster.

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Sony reveals limited Vaio Red Edition Duo 13, Pro, Fit notebooks

06/11, 6:04am

Sony Vaio Red Editions feature hand-finished paintwork

Sony has revealed five special edition versions of the Vaio Duo 13, Vaio Pro 11 and 13, and Vaio Fit 14 and 15. The new limited Red Edition notebooks follow just a week after the launch of the standard versions and are available in ‘extremely limited quantities.’ At this stage, the new models are headed to Japan and Europe with no announcements forthcoming for the North American market.

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Forums: Intel's Haswell released, MBP update imminent

06/04, 3:29pm

Intel's Haswell released, MBP update imminent

With the recent release of Intel's new Haswell chips, the MacNN forums are abuzz with talk of a refresh for the MacBook Pro lineup, as well as a long awaited update to the Mac Pro. One Senior User turned to the forums this weekend in search of a solution to fan issues with their MacBook Pro.

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One in ten notebooks shipped with a touchscreen, claims Displaybank

05/21, 7:04am

Research firm sees 51.8-percent rise in touchscreen-enabled notebook shipments

Almost one in ten notebook computers shipped in the first quarter of 2013 have touchscreens, according to a market research firm's report. It is claimed by Displaybank that 4.57 million of the notebooks used the displays out of a total shipment figure of 46 million, a rise of 51.8 percent compared to the previous quarter.

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Canalys: Apple losing 'shipment' share in global mobile market

05/09, 11:30pm

Survey includes notebooks, tablets, phones, excludes actual sales

In its latest report, industry research firm Canalys is reporting on what it calls "worldwide smart mobile device shipments" for the first quarter of the year -- a term that includes smartphones, notebooks and tablets. Of the 308.7 million devices that fall under one of those categories that shipping in Q1, around 60 percent were said to be Android devices, reflecting the platform's strength in smartphones -- the fastest-growing area of mobile electronics. Apple's iOS placed second again, despite a dominant presence in tablets.

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Soluto: the best PC to run Windows is the MacBook Pro

04/24, 7:30pm

Study shows clean install of Windows is best for stability

A new study by a cloud-based PC admin software maker, Soluto, concludes that bloatware included on most Windows PC notebooks by the manufacturers is harming the Windows experience to such an extent that the best portable on which to run Windows is now Apple's MacBook Pro. In part this is because, like the other PC models judged to be the most reliable, the Mac requires a "clean" copy of Windows. The company gathered boot-up times, crash or hang incidents, background process logs and BSOD reports from 150,000 notebook PCs to come up with the rankings.

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Dell introduces Latitude 3330 notebook, notebook storage

04/16, 1:14pm

Budget student notebook includes Windows, Ubuntu OS options

Dell has introduced a new budget notebook aimed at students and businesses, as well as a storage system for the education market. The Latitude 3330 is a lightweight notebook with a 13.3-inch, 1,366x768-resolution display, while the new Mobile Computing Cart can be used to securely store and transport up to 30 notebooks at the same time.

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Asus adds VivoBook S500 and S550 to Windows 8 touch range

03/12, 7:25am

Asus intros 15-inch Vivobook models with multitouch displays

Asus has added two new 15-inch Windows 8 touchscreen notebooks to its VivoBook line up. The new VivoBook S500 and S550 adopt a relatively thin .85-inch profile, but still weigh 4.6-pounds each. However, each builds on its ultrabook looks by incorporating hybrid storage options with combinations including a 24GB flash memory for quick booting and a 500GB spinning hard drive for expanded storage.

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Limited-edition Sega-branded notebooks go on sale in Japan

02/15, 5:59am

Notebook lids inspired by Sega console history

Game producer Sega has started to sell limited edition branded notebooks. The range of four notebooks, sold in partnership with Japanese retailer Enterbrain, have lid designs that resemble consoles from the company's history, namely the Sega Saturn, the Dreamcast, and the Mega Drive, as well as a fourth that matches the blue in Sega's logo.

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Lenovo adds ThinkPad X131e Chromebook to education line

01/17, 12:22pm

Similar hardware to Windows-based ThinkPad counterpart

Lenovo has updated its ThinkPad line with a notebook running Chrome OS aimed at students and educational staff. The ThinkPad X131e Chromebook is effectively the same as the Windows-based version, except that the option for an AMD E-series processor is no longer available, instead replaced by an Intel-based counterpart.

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Dell refreshes Inspiron notebook lines, extends battery life

01/08, 4:28pm

New Inspiron models include Intel Core i3, i5, i7 processor options

Dell has revealed updated versions of its Inspiron notebook product line at CES. Customers in the United States, Canada, and other countries will be able to buy notebooks that, following feedback from users, have higher battery capacities and ultra-low voltage versions of Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 processors, requiring half the power of those used in Inspiron notebooks last year.

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Holiday MacBook sales drop 6 percent year-over-year

01/04, 1:22pm

Windows notebooks see tougher hit

For a period between November 18th and December 22nd, MacBook sales came in 6 percent lower year-over-year, according to new NPD Group data. It's not clear why MacBook sales suffered, although there are several potential reasons. The major driver may be that Apple released only one updated MacBook in late 2012, the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro; every other MacBook was updated earlier in the year. In late 2011, the entire MacBook Pro lineup was refreshed.

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Acer adds student-aimed B113 notebook to TravelMate line

12/03, 7:49am

Student notebook houses Ivy Bridge processor, Windows 8

Acer has released the latest addition to its TravelMate line of notebooks. The TravelMate B113 is aimed at students and institutional customers, and sports a Core i3 Ivy Bridge processor with 4GB of RAM, a 1366x768-resolution 11.6-inch LED-backlit display, and a choice of either Windows 7 or Windows 8 Pro pre-installed.

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Fujitsu Japan customers to build PCs, notebooks in classes

07/05, 5:14pm

PC instruction schools expand on classes started in factories

Fujitsu is going to offer build-your-own computer classes to customers in Japan. The Hands-on Custom PC Assembly Service will teach absolute beginners how to build their own computer, as well as fundamental knowledge about its inner workings, and to perform computer support tasks themselves.

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Apple continues to monopolize metal chassis supply

06/26, 11:09am

Growth of rival metal notebooks exacerbates problems

Apple is continuing to dominate demand for metal chassis parts from Asian supply companies, DigiTimes says. The company has reportedly booked "most" of the capacity available to build the parts for its MacBooks, which are now entirely housed in unibody aluminum. Intensifying the situation are Apple's rivals, which DigiTimes' upstream supply chain sources say are compensating for weak ultrabook sales by turning to ultrabook-like notebooks, causing both metal chassis and slim panel shortages.

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Forum roundup: new Retina MBP unrepairable

06/22, 12:52pm

Current forum topics

Earlier this week in the MacNN forums, Clinically Insane forum goer besson3c started a thread titled "new Retina MBP unrepairable" to discuss Apple's decision to make the new MBP very hard to fix yourself. Earlier this week one Senior User was trying to fix an aluminum MacBook and has turned to the forums for some tips about what to do once they are inside.

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Lenovo releases IdeaPad U310, 410 ultrabooks worldwide

06/04, 5:19pm

US and UK will see IdeaPad U310 and U410 later in June

Lenovo has announced that its IdeaPad U310 and U410 ultrabooks are now shipping in most markets. The previously announced notebooks are available in a range of configurations, including a choice of Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors that take advantage of Lenovo's RapidBoot technology and Ultra Smart social network updates in sleep mode.

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Lenovo brings Ivy Bridge chips to ThinkPad lineup

05/15, 10:50am

New CPUs added to L, T, W and X series

Lenovo has introduced a range of revised ThinkPad notebooks, each equipped with Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processors. Aside from the 14-inch ThinkPad X1 Carbon—dubbed the "lightest 14-inch ultrabook in the industry"—the company also added new models to its L, T, W, and X series.

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Asus add Nvidia GeForce, Ivy Bridge to new Zenbooks

05/11, 2:00pm

Asus Zenbook UX32A and UX32Vd gain latest CPUs

Asus is improving the Zenbook lineup with another pair of aluminium-clad notebooks. A Taipei press event was used to show off the Ivy Bridge-powered UX32A and UX32Vd, with the former relying on Intel integrated graphics and the latter a switchable 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT620M graphics card, according to Netbooknews.

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Altego launches laptop bag line for Macs, iPads

05/03, 2:02am

Coated canvas, poly models offer weather protection

Clear Laptop Sleeve maker Altego has expanded its product line with new notebook bags and cases designed for the MacBook line and iPad but suitable for other, similar-sized notebooks and tablets. The two lines, featuring a coated canvas Cyan and channel-stitched Ruby series, offer quilted inner linings to protect the devices, custom-molded waffle-design back waffle back padding, a flannel-lined inner iPad pocket, seat-belt webbing shoulder straps and more.

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HP adds Ivy Bridge chip to EliteBook 8470p notebook

04/11, 8:45pm

Series maintains aluminum/magnesium construction

HP is reportedly set to launch a successor to the EliteBook 8460p business notebook. Both models share the same 14-inch display and bead-blasted aluminum/magnesium construction, however the forthcoming EliteBook 8470p is said to take advantage of Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processors.

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Gigabyte intros U2442 ultrabooks, P2542G gaming notebook

03/05, 10:35pm

Ultrabook available with standard or ULV chipsets

Gigabyte has introduced several new notebooks, including two 14-inch ultrabooks and a 15.6-inch gaming notebook. The ultrabooks include two variants, the U2442N with standard-voltage Core i5 or i7 processors, and the U2442V with ultra-low voltage Core i5 and i7 chips for improved battery life.

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Samsung lists Series 7 with Ivy Bridge for preorder

03/01, 11:10pm

Chips not expected until June

Just days after Intel admitted that its Ivy Bridge technology may not launch until June, Samsung appears to have posted one if its upcoming Series 7 notebooks for preorder to ship when the chips become available. Retailer J&R currently lists the NP700Z7C-S01US 'Nike', a 17.3-inch notebook powered by a Core i7-3615QM processor running at 2.3GHz.

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