Intel held a bloggers meet up in Pearl Continental Hotel Lahore on March 15th 2012 to demonstrate their new UltraBook technology. They wanted to unveil the amazing new UltraBook to the bloggers because these are the people who can actually tell about the pros and cons of the product. The world has changed from just ‘media’ into ‘social media’.
Windows 7 the most awaited operating system and the proud statement rose again “I’m A PC”. Microsoft has struck hard and produced the best operating system after Windows XP. Microsoft says that Windows 7 will become more famous and more successful than Windows XP which is still the widely used operating system on a PC. According to the reporter of CNET, Microsoft emphasised more on their Windows 7 product during the launching ceremony as compared to the two years ago launch of Windows Vista. Here is the full keynote video of 22nd October 2009 Windows 7 Launch in New York City – USA.
Fujistu unveils a new mini PC which is no doubt a very small one in size. Mini computers are growing rapidly in this 21st century as our mobile phones are becoming a sort of computer systems too because they are now equipped with processors, rams and storage space. Netbooks were recently introduced too to cop-up with the current market trend of things getting smaller and useful. Fujistu introduced a real mini PC with a core2duo processor in it.
Toshiba has came up with a brand new their 16″ laptop the Satellite A350,which has some very bold and exclusive features,one that a consumer is looking for.Moreover the laptop comes in two models (the difference is the processors) ,giving an option to the user to choose from.It is believed that this one will get a good consumer traffic.
Los Angeles, November 9, 2008: For those of you unaware Microsoft’s talk last Thursday at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference centered around the delays in the finalization of specifications of USB 3.0. The expected final specifications are to be announced in San Jose, Calif., on November 17.
In August 2008, Intel announced there new upcoming next generation 45nm microarchitecture desktop processor which will join the family of “Intel Core” processors, codenamed as “Nehalem”. Intel tagged this new Nehalem processor as “i7” which apparently shows that it will be a 7-core processor. The “Intel Core i7” will come out in two different series – Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition.