Posts in Intel

Refreshing a Performance PC for Windows 8

By Gavin Gear

I’m the kind of person that demands a lot from my tools and This is certainly true of my Windows PCs, and a great example is my hard-working personal video editing I built this video editing PC (known on my… Read more

Hot from HP: Introducing the Latest HP Z Workstations

By Leigha Anderson

Today, HP is launching updates to their HP Z Workstation If you are a small business seeking big horsepower in your PC, look no further than HP’s latest With three different workstations available, there is one workstation guaranteed to fit… Read more

Dell Unveils Alienware X51

By Brandon LeBlanc

When you think of extremely powerful PCs for gaming – people usually think of really big desktop towers (yup, I have one…). However, to fight that “stereotype” of gaming PCs, Dell has unveiled the Alienware The Alienware X51 is pretty… Read more

Windows at CES 2012

By Brandon LeBlanc

Looking back at 2011, it was a great year for Windows and for We began 2011 with a little over 240 million licenses sold of Windows Since then, we’ve seen incredible momentum with Windows 7 throughout 2011 (300 million licenses,… Read more

Lenovo Announces New ThinkPad Thin & Light PCs

By Brandon LeBlanc

Lenovo has made some announcements this week which include new thin and light First up is the 14-inch ThinkPad The ThinkPad T430u is Lenovo’s first business   For the design of the ThinkPad T430u, Lenovo borrowed elements of their higher-end… Read more

Rob’s Favorite Things for the Holidays

By Rob Enderle

This is a guest blog post from industry analyst Rob Enderle, President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Well it is that time again and I’ve been going through my office and looking at the products I’ve looked at over… Read more