At CES 2021, which switched to a virtual online-only format due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, ADATA has unveiled its latest gaming ultrabook, the XPG Xenia Xe. Based on Intel's Tiger Lake CPU with Xe graphics, the XPG Xenia Xe looks to offer users a portable lifestyle and gaming solution. The new XPG Xenia Xe gaming ultrabook includes a 15.6" 1080p screen, with an IPS touchscreen panel with an 87% screen to body ratio. Available with two different processors, Intel's Tiger Lake Core i7-1165G7, or the i5-1135G7, it also benefits from Intel's latest Xe integrated graphics. Designed for ultra-portability, it measures in at just 11 mm thick, with a total weight of 3.6 lb, making it one of the more lightweight options and has an elegant...
IDF is well underway and we've just gone through the Ultrabook section of the convention center. Everyone from Foxconn to Lenovo had Sandy Bridge based Ultrabook designs at the...22 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/13/2011
Following yesterday's announcement of the Lenovo U300s ultrabook, Acer and Toshiba have thrown their hats into the ring: Acer with its Aspire S3, and Toshiba with its Portege Z830. Let's...44 by Andrew Cunningham on 9/2/2011
At this year's Computex Intel announced a "new" category of notebook computer designed to further blur the lines between traditional notebooks and tablets: the Ultrabook. Requirements for an Ultrabook...10 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/10/2011
I met with SanDisk earlier today and to my surprise they had an ASUS UX Ultrabook in their meeting room. It turns out that at least one model in...13 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/31/2011
In our Ultrabook article from earlier this evening I mentioned that Intel would be enabling a new technology with Ultrabooks that allows your applications that require real time updates...18 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/31/2011
It's too cliché to proclaim netbooks are dead. Perhaps the appropriate phrase is netbooks are no longer interesting to write about, but they do have a roadmap going forward...36 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 5/31/2011