Intel has announced the third generation of its Core processor family, starting with nine Core i7 versions and five Core i5s.
With netbooks turning into notbooks thanks to the popularity of tablets, Intel has unleashed its 'Ultrabook' concept as a 'new class of mobile computer'.
Although Apple's MacBook Pros have already bridged the gap to Intel's Core i line of 2011 processors, questions have been asked over when the same will happen for the Macbook Air, Mac Mini and the iMac line of all-in-one desktops.
Intel is launching its 'Sandy Bridge' CPU family in Australia today, so if you're in a rush to buy one of the latest systems you may be reassured to know that at least one memory supplier has a RAM kit ready for you.
Last year saw Intel's 'Core' processors go mainstream, 2011 now sees the second generation of Core processors arriving with cool new features, from ever faster performance, better built-in HD and 3D graphics, quicker video transcoding capabilities and support for wireless transmission of video to HDTVs.
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