First-generation Surface may have sold only 1.5 million units, half of expectations, but that isn't keeping Microsoft from preparing a second-generation 7-incher for late June. According to DigiTimes report, the tablet, on paper, appears like shrunk down Surface Pro
Toshiba unveiled a Windows 8 Pro equipped variant of its WT310 11.6-inch business tablet. Based on an Intel platform with enterprise security and management features, the tablet includes a digitizer pen, and most common PC connectivity options, on top of 4G LTE.
Tim Cook was merely referring to iOS-powered handhelds (the iPads and iPhones), when he said that his company had nothing new to offer before fall. Apparently a hardware update and "significant redesign" of the MacBook line is underway, featuring next-gen Intel chips.
Toshiba held Dynabook unveiled one of the first 13.3-inch Ultrabooks with brilliant WQHD displays (that's 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution). Aside from its aluminium unibody chassis, and oleophobic screen, it features conventional hardware and connectivity.
ZTE made its presence felt at the 2013 Intel Developer Forum (IDF) event, by unveiling the unimaginitively named ZTE Geek, a 5-inch smartphone based on the same Atom "Clover Trail+" chip that drives Lenovo K900, and a handful UI enhancements ZTE has up its sleeves.
Intel's fourth generation processors, codenamed Haswell, should be available by Christmas. According to a report, Intel plans to separate Ultrabooks with Haswell processors into three price groups. The cheapest Ultrabook category will cover the $599-798 price point.
Lenovo was one of the first manufacturer that rushed into developing Intel based smartphone. Although the handset was shown off at CES, we didn't know its release date and price. According to new information, the K900 is coming next month and could cost just $480.
In what could mark a fundamental shift in high-density chip industry, institutional investors believe Intel and its 22 nm-capable foundry has a fair shot at scoring manufacturing orders for Apple's next-generation A7 SoC, at least 10 percent of the pie.
Among many products showed at the CeBIT, MSI announced first ever gaming all-in-one computer. The AG2712 is a 27-inch desktop with touchscreen support, but also with very powerful hardware like NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670X and Intel Core i5 or i7 processor.
At CeBIT 2013, Intel unveiled next-generation Ultrabook running on Intel's upcoming Haswell processor. The prototype features the upcoming fourth-generation Intel Core processor, Full HD touchscreen display with the ability to separate dock and the screen.