Desktop, server then notebook
Summit Ridge, Ryzen is on track for Q1 2017, Naples, a server part is on track for Q2 2017 while AMD’s CEO confirmed that Raven Ridge Zen APU is on track to launch in the second half of 2017.
Top three saw 10 per cent boost
Beancounters at Digitimes Research have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and come up with some good news for notebook manufacturers.
Notebooks finally go seventh Intel generation
Asus has refreshed its its UX310 notebook with Kaby Lake goodness.
A 2-in-1 design win in the sub 3-pound category
In March 2015, HP announced a new 2-in-1 convertible product called the Spectre x360, with an ultra-thin design measuring just 15.9 millimeters and a CNC-machined aluminum chassis weighing 3.3 pounds.
It could be worse they could get four-hours
Apple’s managed to launch the new MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar with a lot of reasons not to buy it. Now it seems that it created a feature that few people would have expected – a three-hour battery life.
Starts at US $1,199.99
Alienware has updated its 13-inch Alienware 13 notebook by equipping it with Nvidia's Geforce GTX 1060 with 6GB of VRAM, making it both VR Ready and giving it a significant boost in graphics performance.
Coming at ya
Software king of the world Microsoft unveiled its first ever desktop computer and a free update to its Windows operating system that allows edits using 3D simulations.
17.3-incher with Core i7 Skylake CPU and GTX 1080 GPU
At a special event in Berlin, Razer has unveiled its Blade Pro, a 17.3-inch high-end gaming notebook powered by Core i7-6700HQ Skylake CPU and Nvidia's GTX 1080 GPU, describing it as "the desktop in your laptop".
Two-in-One and notebooks
Word on the street is that Microsoft's partner on its next-generation Surface Pro series 2-in-1 and notebook products including the Surface Pro 5, Surface Book 2 and new Surface-brand desktops (which are likely all-in-one PCs) will be Pegatron.
Review: Sharp looks, yesterday's tech under the bonnet
Taking a break from reviewing Intel Atom-based ultraportables and hybrids, we decided to try out something a bit different – the 13.3-inch Martian A8 notebook, based on a Core processor.