Intel has struggled with the mobile markets, but their new chip today aims to fix that. Earlier this year Intel released their new Haswell 4th gen processors which finally brought serious power and battery life to laptops and ultrabooks. Today they company announced their new hybrid chip for laptops and tablets both called Bay Trail, which they hope can deliver the same boost to mobile devices.
ASUS definitely wants to stay in fashion with the new Transformer Pad TF701T Android tablet/laptop hybrid. If the name and model number has got you confused with the new Transformer Pad Infinity unveiled at Computex last June, you're not alone. But fear not, as the two are practically the same.
Google stated they'd start shipping around April 8th, but today they've confirmed devices will actually be hitting doorsteps tomorrow, April 12th. So get excited if you spent the cash to get one.
Google is looking to get deeper into the notebook and PC market. Only this won't be a Chromebook, instead it will be an Androidbook. First off that name is terrible. And second, if anything it would be a hybrid device like the ASUS Padfone or the Transformer tablet with a keyboard dock.
Google have been pushing their Chromebooks pretty hard lately. With options of any shape and size available from multiple laptop manufacturers including Samsung. However, it looks like Google will soon be taking matters into their own hands (think CR-48) and releasing their own device rumored to be the Google Chromebook Pixel. There's a neat video and some pictures that have leaked sharing all types of information.
Google and Samsung are two companies that go hand-in-hand, mostly because Samsung is the world's biggest manufacturer of Android phones. It's only fitting, then, that Google has picked Samsung to produce a new Chromebook. The idea behind it is still to give consumers a speedy browser-only laptop, but it appears that this new device brings a number of changes over Chromebooks of the past.
Android x86 project, which allows the open-source OS to run on hardware designed for desktop operating systems. The X101 is designed to run Intel and Nokia's Meego operating system, but is capable of running pretty much any x86-based OS.
CUPP Computing PunkThis board. It's a tiny system-on-a-chip built into a PCB board with SATA and Mini PCIe connections on one side. What does that mean? It means pop this sucker into your laptop's hard drive bay, and you're running Android in seconds.