Maingear has launched the 15-inch Vybe, a new configurable gaming laptop that sacrifices some of the Pulse 11's portability in exchange for a bit of additional power.
Boutique PC makers Maingear, Digital Storm, Origin PC, and Velocity Micro are announcing availability for new desktop systems with Intel's new Ivy Bridge processors. Maingear is also offering a new case design in the Potenza and a redesign of its F131.
Clevo, a Taiwanese laptop manufacturer whose products get rebadged by the likes of boutique retailers like Maingear, Mythlogic and XoticPC, is about to release the W110ER, and it's got a spec sheet like few small notebooks we've seen.
Intel said that we should expect to see over 570 PCs this year taking advantage of the chipmaker's brand new Ivy Bridge processors that were announced today. We've already received a few details on the first computers that will take advantage of the new 22nm processors, so read on to see some of the first PCs that'll come with the new processors.