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Dell Inspiron R notebooks get Sandy Bridge, switchable covers

Dell's new Inspiron R notebooks sport second-generation intel Core processors and new "Switch" lids so customers can easily customize their looks.
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Samsung announces 2011 product showcase

Samsung's 2011 product showcase promises to blow your mind.
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Lenovo ThinkPad X220 notebook promises 24 hours of battery life

Lenovo's new ThinkPad X220 ultraportable and X220 convertible tablet PC offer up to 24 hours of battery life, USB 3.0...and Intel Sandy Bridge processors.
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Intel launches Core vPro processors

Intel's second-generation vPro processors feature the technology improvements of Sandy Bridge along with new encryption and protection features.
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Dell teases super-slim notebooks

Dell says it will introduce new Sandy Bridge systems next week...with a new super-slim notebook coming in April.
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HP’s new business notebooks sport up to 32 hours battery life

HP has introduced a bonanza of new notebooks aimed at business users, including the EliteBook 8460p with up to 32 hours of battery life.
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New Sony Vaio C series pack Sandy Bridge and plenty of glow

Sony's new 14- and 15.5-inch Vaio C notebooks pack second-generation Core i5 processors and cases that literally glow around the edges.
Apple

All signs point to new MacBook Pro release this week

The release of a new line of Apple's MacBook Pro laptops appears imminent based on a sudden flood of new evidence.
Apple

Rumor: Apple will launch MacBook Pro upgrade next week

No, it's not another iOS rumor, but it's possible Apple will announce the new MacBook Pro lineup ahead of schedule.
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New Sandy Bridge-powered MacBook Pros could arrive March 1

If a sudden wave of online rumors is to be believed, Apple will release its new line of MacBook Pros in the first week of March.
Apple

MacBook Airs to get Sandy Bridge processors this summer?

Reports have Apple's MacBook Air line getting Intel's (fixed) Sandy Bridge processor in June, with MacBook Pros potentially updating sooner.
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Intel resumes shipping flawed Sandy Bridge chips, with restrictions

Intel resumes shipment of Sandy Bridge processors affected by a design flaw, provided that those processors will be sold in system configurations that are deemed "safe."