The third generation of Core i-series CPUs have been benchmarked, written about, and discussed for months now, but PC makers could only sell them starting April 29.
Even then, only the very high-end models, the quad-core Core i7 chips, are currently available. The more mainstream dual-core Core i3 and Core i5 processors found in most laptops won't get updated until sometime in May or June (and then probably won't be physically available for some time after that).
Intel announced its quad-core Ivy Bridge processors in April, but we've known that dual-core CPUs must be on the way too. And alas, the chip maker does have some up its sleeve -- 14, to be exact. Core i5 and Core i7 versions will be... Read Post
(Credit: Sony) Sony has gone all-in on the concept of the home entertainment PC with its new Vaio L-Series all-in-one desktop. Yes, it has Intel's new third generation (Ivy Bridge) Core CPUs, but that's almost besides the point. Alo... Read Post