Artikel zum Thema "Notebook" bei CIO.de

MSI hopes to dominate gaming market with GT70 notebook

Notebook and component manufacturer, MSI, is aiming once again at the pointy end of the notebook market with its GT70 Dominator notebook. It's a 17.3in model with juicy insides that include a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition processor, up to 32GB of RAM, and three solid state drives in a RAID 0 array. Most importantly, the new model will feature Nvidia's latest GeForce GTX 880 graphics ... » zum Artikel

Nvidia announces its all-new GeForce 800M line of notebook GPUs

Nvidia announced a top-to-bottom refresh of its mobile graphics processor line Wednesday, promising chips that deliver more horsepower while consuming less electrical power. The company also announced a number of new design wins with big-name gaming laptop builders such as Alienware and Razer, as well as more mainstream OEMs like Lenovo. » zum Artikel

Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant guards user privacy with 'Notebook'

Microsoft's upcoming digital assistant, "Cortana," will reportedly allow users to specify what she does and does not learn, according to a report. » zum Artikel

Intel launches notebook, tablet for schools

Intel unveiled two reference designs on Wednesday aimed at the education market: a clamshell notebook and a tablet, each outfitted with intriguing peripherals and software for educators. » zum Artikel

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon: An enterprise-class notebook to fall in love with

ThinkPads have been a class act among business laptops since IBM launched the line over two decades ago. As a Lenovo brand, they remain pricey, but they're also exceptionally easy to carry and comfortable to use. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch stands out even from its forebears. » zum Artikel

Chromebooks charge into business market, capture 20% of commercial notebooks

Sales of Chromebooks exploded from basically nothing in 2012 to more than 20 percent of the U.S. commercial PC market, analyst firm NPD reported on Monday, while Windows PCs and Macs remained flat at best. » zum Artikel

Consumers buy touch notebooks for design, not for Windows 8

Touch-ready notebook PCs will account for about 11% of all laptops shipped this year, an improvement over 2012 when customers had few choices if they wanted to smudge screens, a market research analyst said today. » zum Artikel

Finger-friendly laptops aren't touching a chord with notebook buyers

If skyrocketing tablet sales and cute videos of babies that confuse magazines for iPads are any indication, touchscreens are the interface of the future. But there's just one problem with that portentous prediction: If it's true, laptop buyers are stuck with one foot in the past. The market analysts at NPD DisplaySearch say touchscreen notebooks just ain't selling. » zum Artikel

Notebooks in deutschen Haushalten weit verbreitet

Statistisches Bundesamt: Notebooks und Tablets gibt es inzwischen in fast zwei Drittel (65 Prozent) der Haushalte in Deutschland. Im Jahr 2003 lag dieser Anteil noch bei 11 Prozent, wie das Statistische Bundesamt am Montag mitteilte. » zum Artikel

Laptop buying guide 2013: How to find the right notebook for you

Anyone in the market for a new laptop this year has a lot to consider before parting with some cold hard cash. You still have to weigh the usual choices--display type, CPU, memory, graphics, hard disk, battery life and weight/footprint. But entirely new form factors give you even more to choose from. New mobile CPUs from Intel and AMD have upped the ante, too--not only in terms of processor speed, ... » zum Artikel

Transformer Book T100: This hybrid fills both its tablet and notebook roles well

Asus has been in the tablet and keyboard dock game for a while now. After several generations of Android based tablet and keyboard dock combinations, the T100 brings the sometimes schizophrenic interface of Windows 8 to its logical home on a hybrid tablet/notebook. » zum Artikel

HP updates notebook and PC portfolio

In addition to expanding its ZBook range with a 14-inch workstation Ultrabook, HP has unveiled the latest additions to its notebook, PC and printer line-ups. » zum Artikel

Razer releases Blade and Blade Pro notebooks (+5 photos)

Performance PC vendor, Razer, is bringing its Blade range of ultra portable notebooks to Australia. » zum Artikel

Toshiba unveils new business notebooks under its Portege and Tecra brands

Toshiba took the wraps off a new line of business notebooks and mobile workstations today. Each machine is manufactured from magnesium alloy and is powered by a fourth-generation Intel Core processor, with vPro technology and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) support. All five of the new machines can be mated to the same optional dock, so that IT departments can source just one port replicator no matter ... » zum Artikel

5 of the best Haswell-powered notebooks you can buy today

The new generation of Haswell laptops has something to say to all those trendy tablets: Eat my dust. A tablet is great for watching video and surfing the Web. With the right peripherals, you can even use a tablet for light productivity tasks. But when you need to get serious about editing digital media, playing real games, or storing lots of data--heck, doing anything the least bit computationally ... » zum Artikel

HP's Envy 17 notebook lets you control apps with a wave of your hand

HP took the wraps off a raft of new Windows notebooks, tablets, and convertibles today, including the first computer to feature an embedded Leap Motion controller, which lets you manipulate interface elements with the wave of your hand. HP also announced new convertibles bearing its Pavilion and Spectre brands, and a new Bay Trail-powered tablet under the Omnibook brand. » zum Artikel

Die besten Notebooks für unterwegs

Schlank, leicht und ausdauernd: Die besten Notebooks für unterwegs (Foto: Dell)
Schlank, leicht und ausdauernd: Schlank, leicht, ausdauernd: Nein, die Rede ist nicht von Tablets. Es gibt auch viele Notebooks mit diesen Eigenschaften. Wir haben die besten Laptops für unterwegs im Test. » zum Artikel
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Intel to demo notebook PC with integrated Kinect-like sensor at IDF

On Wednesday, Intel will show off a notebook with an integrated camera capable of interpreting gestures and understanding voice commands at its Intel Developer Forum, executives said. » zum Artikel

Toshiba intros new Satellites: The ND15t notebook, Encore tablet, and Click detachable

Toshiba took the wraps off a new Windows 8.1 tablet and two new Windows laptops at IFA Berlin today. Toshiba is tapping two CPUs from Intel's all-new Bay Trail family--the Celeron N2810 and an unspecified Atom processor--as well as a low-cost chip from AMD's new Temash family of APUs. » zum Artikel

Dell adds consumer touches to Latitude notebook line

Dell's latest revision of its Latitude notebooks borrows stylistic elements from its XPS consumer lineup, while retaining a traditional focus on the enterprise. The most important addition, however, is full touch capability. » zum Artikel

Eurocom Panther 5SE: The Incredible Hulk of notebook computers

Eurocom rocked us with the most powerful per-pound choice in a notebook that we've seen to date. The Panther 5SE came with 4TB of storage, 64GB of DIMM3 memory and eight Xeon cores. You won't find the Panther at the big-box retailers the version we tested runs $7,500. But we rate this device highly for its extreme flexibility and muscularity. » zum Artikel

Ist das Chromebook reif für das Business?

Google-Notebook unter der Lupe: Ist das Chromebook reif für das Business? (Foto: Google)
Google-Notebook unter der Lupe: Kollaborative Szenarien, einfache Wartung, geringe Kosten: Googles Chromebook hat einige Vorzüge zu bieten und wird sich dennoch mit einem Nischendasein in Unternehmen begnügen müssen. » zum Artikel
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    Andreas Schaffry


    Dr. Andreas Schaffry ist freiberuflicher IT-Fachjournalist und seit 2006 für die CIO.de-Redaktion tätig. Die inhaltlichen Schwerpunkte seiner Berichterstattung liegen in den Bereichen ERP, Business Intelligence, CRM und SCM mit Schwerpunkt auf SAP und in der Darstellung aktueller IT-Trends wie SaaS, Cloud Computing oder Enterprise Mobility. Er schreibt insbesondere über die vielfältigen Wechselwirkungen zwischen IT und Business und die damit verbundenen Transformationsprozesse in Unternehmen.

Toshiba announces Satellite E series notebooks

Toshiba's Digital Products Division announced its Satellite E series ultrathin notebooks today: The 14-inch Satellite E45T and the 15.6-inch Satellite E55t/E55Dt will feature touchscreens and will be available with either fourth-generation Intel Core processors (Haswell) or AMD A6-series (Kabini) CPUs. » zum Artikel

Micro Express NB5720 notebook review: Performance isn't always pretty

The thin-and-light Ultrabook trend has even clunky laptops looking relatively sleek these days. Micro Express' NB5720 is far from a sexy, stylish Ultrabook, but it looks pretty good for a boxy, half-plastic laptop. » zum Artikel

Vizio Thin + Light CT15T-B1 notebook review: A new HD touchscreen--and little more

Vizio, best known for manufacturing HDTVs, is a relative newcomer to the PC business. It's been producing slim, minimalist laptops and all-in-one desktops for about 18 months. The Vizio CT15T-B1 is the latest iteration of the company's 15.6-inch "Thin + Light" laptop, and its main selling point is a glossy HD touchscreen. » zum Artikel

Dell Latitude 3330 review: The embodiment of a no-frills notebook

On the day we reviewed the Latitude 3330, the "starting price" online was $801.14, but the "Dell price" was $560.80. On the day you look, those numbers could be different. What won't change is the fact that this 13.3-inch notebook with Windows 7 Pro is aimed at buyers working with very tight budgets. Just remember that you get what you pay for. » zum Artikel

Apple's Mac move could spur PCIe flash flurry in other notebooks, desktops

Apple was first to use Intel's Thunderbolt I/O interface on laptops. The company also chose to create its own version of a hybrid drive for Macs rather than use one of several all-in-one offerings available from third party vendors. » zum Artikel

Alienware shows off its all-new gaming notebook lineup

If there's one thing Dell has done right over the years, it's been to let Alienware--the boutique gaming PC manufacturer Dell acquired in 2006--remain Alienware. Based on the new notebook lineup that Alienware unveiled tonight, that let-'em-be strategy is still working. » zum Artikel

Notebooks with Intel's version of Kinect due in late 2014

Intel has backed its vision for computers that see and hear by dedicating a $100 million investment fund to the venture, and committed its customers to supplying the technology by late 2014. » zum Artikel

Toshiba's Haswell lineup includes notebooks that can support 4K external displays

Toshiba unveiled part of its back-to-school PC lineup at Computex today, boasting touchscreen options with edge-to-edge glass at every price point in its Satellite S- and P-series notebooks; its Qosimo X75 enthusiast notebook; and its PX35t all-in-one desktop PC. » zum Artikel


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Lenovo hat anlässlich der IFA neue Multimode-Geräte in Form des Yoga 2 Pro und ThinkPad Yoga vorgestellt. Das Yoga 2 Pro kommt mit einem 13,3-Zoll-Display, das mit einer Auflösung von 3200 x 1800 Bildpunkten arbeitet.
Notebook and component manufacturer, MSI, is aiming once again at the pointy end of the notebook market with its GT70 Dominator notebook. It's a 17.3in model with juicy insides that include a fourth-generation Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition processor, up to 32GB of RAM, and three solid state drives in a RAID 0 array. Most importantly, the new model will feature Nvidia's latest GeForce GTX 880 graphics adapter.
Nvidia announced a top-to-bottom refresh of its mobile graphics processor line Wednesday, promising chips that deliver more horsepower while consuming less electrical power. The company also announced a number of new design wins with big-name gaming laptop builders such as Alienware and Razer, as well as more mainstream OEMs like Lenovo.