att4glte • Dec 12, 2013 9:42 AM Flag
Dell Chromebook w/ Intel coming in January
Dell to bring out debut Chromebook in January
12 Dec 2013 by Chloe Albanesius, 12 Dec 2013News
Dell to bring out debut Chromebook in January
Dell is jumping on the Chromebook bandwagon and will release its own version of Google's Internet-based laptop next month.
The 11.6-inch Dell Chromebook 11 will run a 4th-gen Intel Celeron 2955U processor, Intel HD Graphics, and a 16GB Solid State Drive. It will get up to 10 hours of battery life and boot up in less than 8.4 seconds.
The laptop includes a 1,366 x 768, edge-to-edge glass screen. There's a front-facing 720p webcam, support for 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, two USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth 4.0, and an HDMI port.
The Dell Chrsomebook 11 will be sold in the US and UK for under $300 (£183), Dell said. A 4GB version will debut in January, while a 2GB machine will be released sometime in the first quarter.
Dell is positioning its Chromebook 11 as ideal for teachers, students, and administrators.
"Dell believes that when implemented successfully, teachers, students and technology work together to enrich the learning process," Neil Hand, vice president of Dell's Tablet and Performance PC Group, said in a statement. "The Dell Chromebook 11 will give schools and districts another tool to consider as they plan their digital content and curriculum strategies, and its competitive pricing will help open access to technology for more students around the country."
"The Dell Chromebook 11 with Google Apps for Education will bring exciting new possibilities for learning and collaboration inside and outside the classroom," added Caesar Sengupta, vice president of product management at Google.
Dell will release its Wyse PocketCloud app in the Google Chrome Web Store next month, which will provide access to a "personal cloud" of devices. "Students and teachers c
paul.ottelini • Dec 10, 2013 10:44 AM Flag
Intel is seeing record shipments in core i5 and i7 processors.
From Ashraf's Motley Fool article:
According to Mr. Skaugen, the company continues to see record Core i5 and i7 shipments.
That's not a typo; Mr. Skaugen explicitly stated that this wasn't just a record mix but absolute record volumes. This suggests that while the low end of the PC market is still very much under fire, the high end is doing extremely well.
So Intel already has a huge number of wins in tablets, which should easily enable it to capture itself in tablets, more than the amount it's losing in low end PC's.
And this time around, it will actually be more profitable as its manufacturing capabilities continue to advance further along with its fine tuned architectural advancements
will_amd_yu • Dec 9, 2013 1:22 AM
Intel's tablet roadmap for 2014 according to digitimes.
Intel has worked out an ambitious roadmap offering CPU platforms for entry-level to high-end tablet models in 2014, according to sources with Taiwan's tablet supply chain.
Intel has launched Bay Trail-T supporting Windows 8/8.1 and will launch Android-supporting models at the end of 2013, the sources indicated.
Intel will launch entry-level Android-supporting Bay Trail (Z3735D series) specifically for use in 7-inch tablets priced at US$99-129 and 7- to 8-inch models at US$149-199 in first-quarter 2014, the sources said. The Bay Trail and Cherry Trail platforms also target 8- to 10-inch tablets priced at US199-249 and 10-inch models above US$249, the sources indicated.
In September 2014, Intel will unveil Cherry Trail, a platform based on 14nm Airmont architecture and supporting 32- and 64-bit Windows 8/8.1 and Android, the sources noted. Intel will also release Windows- and Android-supporting Willow Trail based on 14nm Goldmont architecture in fourth-quarter 2014, the sources added.
In addition to tablets, Intel will launch 22nm-based Merrifield and Moorefield for smartphones in first-quarter and third-quarter 2014 respectively, the sources indicated, adding the two platforms can be used in Android tablets as well.
gene.froelich • Dec 7, 2013 9:32 AM Flag
Barrons selects INTC as top 10 pick for 2014
current issue of Barrons selects INTC as top 10 pick for 2014. There top picks for 2013 were impressive with 35% gain
"When do they stop paying for pumpers and the negative Intel articles and finally admit they are wrong?"
When INTel shows it doesn't needs bribes to remain relevant...
"let me tell you what two or three years really looks like. That's like 10 years to Intel."
Is INtel measured in dog years ??
ARMH has kicked you senseless...
$16 a share, that means the stock will need to drop 36% from today's close. When do they stop paying for pumpers and the negative Intel articles and finally admit they are wrong?
Absolutely correct. The market is rigged. The big guys will get out first, before it goes down. Fundamentals don't matter one bit. Neither does technical analysis.
Wow, your life looks, uhhhh, well-rounded? SMH
mark.moss44 • Dec 16, 2013 5:33 PM Flag
I left you amd pumpers some nice messages on your amd board...come here again and expect more of the same lol
How's it doin since this pump at 26 ?
wallisweaver•Nov 6, 2013 10:22 AM
Yep, the shorts' pain has just begun. What were they thinking???
No. ARMH goes down when the big guys decide to bring it down. Analysts will start to recognize the real threat to ARMH when their sponsors, the big guys, decide to bring it down.
Ordinary guys shortng ARMH or any other stock (even INTC) is a stupidity. You should not short any stock if you don't have enough power to control the stock price.
"ARMH goes down when analysts start to recognize the real threat."
when INtel comes out with something next year.... and this time around...
the competition is thru...