I've got plenty of questions about this report (like, who the hell is Apple Daily?), but a lot of the pieces fit: rumor has it that Core i5 and i7 MacBooks are coming this month. This would be great news, for people who want MacBooks! Alternately, this would be sad news, for all us morons who bought a MacBook after…
HP's ProBook s-series wants to be your everything: punchy enough for work, stylish enough for home. And with a new brushed aluminum industrial design and Core i3/i5/i7 processing power, they may just bridge that gap.
We've seen a ton of Core i5 notebooks recently, all loaded with Intel's impotent integrated graphics, which are part of the chip. Now, Nvidia's Optimus enables PCs to switch automatically between Intel's crappy integrated graphics and Nvidia's beefier graphics cards.
13, 15 and 17 inches, Dell's Core i3 and Core i5 Inspiron laptops should go on sale later today.
You're going to be seeing Intel's latest iteration of high-powered processors popping up all over the place soon—specifically, more than 400 PC platform designs and 200 embedded devices. Time to meet your next computer's guts:
Intel's announcing superfast and incredibly efficient new notebook processors soon. They're the biggest jump in notebook hardware since the Core 2 Duo. But we might not see them in MacBooks for a while.
At an event in San Francisco yesterday, Wintel claimed that upcoming processors, and Windows 7's improved power management will provide longer battery life, and better performance in certain programs.
Details for Intel's new quad- and dual-core i7 and i5 chips have leaked in the form of a roadmap, so we've got some excellent specifics, including release dates and prices.