The Billion Dollar Laptop Club
- Intel rushes out portable Pentium 4 following laptop makers' pressure. // Computer Weekly;3/14/2002, p42
Reports the launching of Pentium 4-M laptop computer from Intel in Great Britain. Enhancement of battery life; Optimization of application performance and power usage; Sufficiency of performance benefits.
- Intel plans speedy chips and NSP multimedia for notebooks. Crothers, Brooke // InfoWorld;8/21/95, Vol. 17 Issue 34, p27
Reports on Intel Corp.'s plan to put PCI, Native Signal Processing-based multimedia capabilities, and faster processors into notebook personal computers. Plans to introduce a Triton PCI chip set for notebooks in the fourth quarter of 1995; Plans to launch PCI docking stations in 1996.
- Intel maps out notebooks. Crothers, Brooke // InfoWorld;2/5/96, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p1
Reports on Intel Corp.'s plan to segment the notebook computer market around four iterations of its Mobile Pentium processors. Introduction of the 133-MHz Mobile Pentium processor; Lower pricing structure for the portable market; Distinctions between the four segments of notebook computers.
- KEY INTEL PARTNERS WEIGH IN ON NEW WHITEBOOK PUSH. Poeter, Damon // CRN;Feb2010 Custom Systems Supplement, p17
A preview of the Spring Peak notebook computer from Intel Corp. is presented.
- Intel will add MMX dimension to Pentium notebooks. Hatlestad, Luc // InfoWorld;7/08/96, Vol. 18 Issue 28, p12
Reports that Intel Corp. is developing a Pentium processor module that will bring enhanced multimedia capabilities to Pentium notebook personal computers by early 1997. Addition of MMX-enabled daughter cards to laptops to let users run increasingly complex graphics, imaging, and audio...
- BATTLE OF THE BULGE, PART II. Kirschner, Suzanne Kantra // Popular Science;Apr2003, Vol. 262 Issue 4, p22
Presents information related to Centrino, a laptop which acts like a personal digital assistant developed by Intel Corp. Price of the laptop; Weight of the laptop; Features of the laptop.
- Rocket Books. Dreier, Troy // Popular Science;Jul2012, Vol. 281 Issue 1, p20
The article presents a preview of three different ultrabook laptop computers powered by semiconductor chip brand Intel Core processors, including the Toshiba Satellite U8 45, the Acer Aspire S5, and the Fujitsu Lifebook U772.
- Multi-touch ultrabook convertibles is the future. // Dataquest;11/30/2012, Vol. 30 Issue 22, p45
The article reports on the launch of 140-Ivy Bridge-based ultrabooks by Intel Corp. in 2013 in which 40 will be touched-based and 12 convertibles in India. INSET: How We Tested.
- What's next for Ultrabooks? // PC Pro;Apr2013, Issue 222, p13
The article presents information on the ultrabooks running Intel Corp.'s next-generation Haswell microchips.