MSI are set to announce an 11.6-inch touchscreen ultrabook which seems to be based on the Letexo concept Intel showed off at IDF earlier this year.
One of the first motherboards with Ivy Bridge designed for Windows gets tested by Anandtech, while Intel is quick to respond that fixes for some of the issues are in the pipeline.
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.
Here are some early PCs with Intel's Ivy Bridge processors inside.
MSI details its new Intel Core i7-3610QM and NVIDIA GeForce GTX670M powered gaming notebooks, which come standard with 1920 x 1080 displays, Steel Series keyboards, Killer Game Networking cards and Dynaudio speakers.
Computer chain NCIX reportedly posted product pages for Nvidia's as-yet unannounced GeForce GTX 680 graphics card, listing it at $579.99 — above the two previously-reported prices of $499 and $550.
Hands-on impressions of MSI's new gaming laptops, the GT60 and GT70.
as just demoed an external GPU casing called the GUS II that connects over Thunderbolt. The device can take any AMD or Nvidia graphics card so long as it doesn't need more than 150W of power and, of course, it needs to fit within the casing.