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[23 Apr 2012 | No Comment | 1,350 supporters]
Intel 3rd Gen Core Ivy Bridge finally exposed

Intel Corporation today introduced the quad-core 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor family, delivering dramatic visual and performance computing gains for gamers, media enthusiasts and mainstream users alike. Available now in powerful, high-end desktop, laptop and sleek all-in-one (AIO) designs, the new processors are the first chips in the world made using Intel’s 22-nanometer (nm) 3-D tri-Gate transistor technology.
The combination of Intel’s cutting-edge 3-D tri-gate transistor technology and architectural enhancements help make possible up to double the 3-D graphics and HD media processing performance compared with Intel’s previous generation of chips. …

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[7 Mar 2009 | One Comment | 491 supporters]
ASUS Unveils Smart and Energy-Saving Displays for Work and Entertainment at CeBIT 2009

A Myriad of Innovative Display Solutions and the World’s First Wireless Monitor Amongst Highlights at CeBIT 2009

ASUS, a leader in the production of LCD monitors, is proud to unveil an array of innovative and energy-efficient LCD monitors that are geared not only to provide convenience to the user, but also protect the environment. These LCD monitors represent a leap forward in LCD manufacturing, and combine contemporary styling and user-centric innovations to deliver uncompromising performance.
EzLink Series – Work Smarter and Faster with Wireless Connectivity
The ASUS Wireless LCD Monitor is a breakthrough …

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[12 Feb 2009 | No Comment | 640 supporters]

2-Year Plan to Focus on Leading-Edge Technologies
WASHINGTON, DC, Feb. 10, 2009 – Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini today announced the company would spend $7 billion over the next two years to build advanced manufacturing facilities in the United States. The investment funds deployment of Intel’s industry-leading 32 nanometer (nm) manufacturing technology that will be used to build faster, smaller chips that consume less energy.
The commitment represents Intel’s largest-ever investment for a new manufacturing process.
“We’re investing in America to keep Intel and our nation at the forefront of innovation,” …