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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Ideal for entry-level laptops and mini PCs
Six new laptop chips total, plus some desktop ones.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Aims at the industrial market.
Boasts of boosted performance.
Core, Pentium, and Celeron parts detailed.
Two drive bays, RAID 0 and 1 support.
Cut-price version of the TS-215.
Finally hits Microsoft's promised prices.
Celeron NUC kit gets a free upgrade.
"Simple to operate," claims executive.
MSN TV closing in September.
Compares favourably to equivalent Intel chips.
Google and Samsung have unveiled an upgraded Chromebook alongside a nettop-like Chromebox.
Zotac has officially unveiled its next-generation Zbox mini-PCs, with Intel and AMD options available.
Rumours circulating the web claim that Intel is to kill off the Celeron brand in 2011.
Intel has launched a new series of processor logos alongside a five-star rating system designed to help end users compare different chips.
Intel has quietly introduced three new processors to its lineup that are designed to target different segments of the market.
The communist island of Cuba has entered the 21st century by lifting a ban on the sale of personal computers - although Internet connectivity is still a privilege reserved for the ruling class.
Intel has a lot on its plate, including the addition of a new chipset and the subtraction of many chips.
There's cheap and then there's cheap. Then there's a fully working 2.4Ghz system, with monitor, for under US$300. Except naturally it's not that cheap in the UK...
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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