Intel releases Xeon Processor E5 v4
Published in News


14nm process node

Chipzilla has officially launched its new Xeon Processor E5 v4 today, similar to the old version but using its brand spanking new 14nm process node.

Intel's unreleased 18-core Xeon CPU on eBay
Published in Processors


Will cost you $999

An auction for Intel's new Broadwell-EP ES 18-core Xeon CPU hits eBay for $999 even if it had not been officially released.

Asus gives Zenbook UX305 a Skylake Core M CPU
Published in Notebooks


Plenty to offer for US $699

Asus' Zenbook UX305 has been a decent Ultrabook even when it was paired up with a Broadwell CPU, but now Asus has made it even better by upgrading it with a Skylake Core m3 CPU without raising the price.

Chinese site leaks Broadwell-E details
Published in Processors


One more SKU than Haswell-E

A Chinese website has leaked details about Broadwell-E which sounds pretty plausible.

Australia bucks PC trend
Published in Notebooks


Two-in-ones show the way


While the rest of the world is experiencing a downturn in PC sales, it appears that Australia is bucking the trend.

Intel roadmap for Xeons leaked
Published in Processors


Movement on the server front over the next two quarters

While the focus has been on Intel's Skylake it appears that Chipzilla has not forgotten its server products.

MSI releases Box PC
Published in News
21 September 2015

MSI releases Box PC


Based on Broadwell or Baytrail


MSI has releases a BOX PC based on the Intel Broadwell or BayTrail platform.

Intel admits that skipping Broadwell was a mistake
Published in Processors


We might have harmed desktop demand

Chipzilla has admitted that by skipping Broadwell for the desktop, it may have harmed desktop chip demand.

Broadwell unwell?
Published in Processors
11 September 2015

Broadwell unwell?


It is like waiting for Godot


The last month has all been about Intel's Skylake, but one thing that we have noticed is that Skylake's desktop predecessor, Broadwell has vanished.

Low end Intel NUCs get Braswell
Published in News


Dem bones, dem bones, dem bare bones 

Intel's barebones mini PCs range is growing with two new low-end boxes, based on Intel's low-end 14nm Braswell chips.