Dell unveils first Intel Ivy Bridge-based server Computerworld - 14 hours ago
By Agam Shah IDG News Service - Dell on Tuesday announced a new microserver with Intel's first Xeon server processors based on the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture, which has not been officially announced by the chip maker yet. Dell's PowerEdge C5220 is ...
LAPTOP Magazine (blog) HP refreshes EliteBook line with five new models, Ivy Bridge and optional LTE Engadget - 1 hour ago The boardroom-bound EliteBooks are making the step up to Ivy Bridge, but it's also adding the option of LTE across the board.
VR-Zone Samsung outs new Series 5 550P notebook in the UK, Ivy Bridge and numeric ... Written by
James Trew Engadget - 7 hours ago Calling the shots will be quad-core Ivy Bridge Core i7 chips supported by 8GB of RAM. Graphics are dished up by a 2GB GeForce GT 650M, and there's a Blu-ray optical drive plus capacity for up to 2TB of storage.
SlashGear Lenovo ThinkCentre, Edge PCs Offer Intel Ivy Bridge Chips eWeek - 15 hours ago Lenovo is preparing new ThinkCentre and Edge PCs that take advantage of Intel's Ivy Bridge processors. The new PCs will make their appearance between June and September, and cost between $439 and $699.
SlashGear Sony Vaio T Ultrabooks: Ivy Bridge Support, Specs, Pricing Revealed
PCWorld (blog) - May 7, 2012 By Melanie Pinola, PCWorld May 7, 2012 9:51 AM When Sony recently announced its first Ultrabooks, the Vaio T13 and Vaio T11, details for only the 13-inch model were provided, with no mention of pricing or Ivy Bridge processor availability for either ...
If an iPad does the job for you, then that would guide you to buy an iPad and you should. If the iPad does not solve your problems and a laptop does, then looking at all laptop options make sense. If you don't know the difference between iPad and Ultrabook features, then you should buy an iPad and save your money. You probably should consider an iPad 2 because they are cheaper than an iPad 3.
There are Ultrabook protection and security features that have little value to someone with iPad-type needs. Those protection and security features have tremedous value to companies who buy computers for employees who carry company IP home and traveling with them.
It only takes one unprotected notebook computer theft to compromise company data and cost millions or billions of $$$$.