• Intel revs up 'mobile workstation' laptops with Core i9 superchip

    It's the world's most powerful laptop processor, and it's coming to a notebook near you. With six computing cores, a base rate of 2.9GHz and a top speed of 4.8GHz, Intel's new Core i9 mobile powerplant is set to light the touchpaper on a blistering new series of high-performance laptops. A go-a...

    POSTED 5 Apr, 2018 1 Comment

  • How Intel WiDi can boost your business meetings, presentations

    TECH | When giving a well-rehearsed business presentation or holding a high-calibre meeting, the last thing you need worry about is tripping over those daft and annoying cables between your laptop and an overhead screen or projector – but until now, those cables have largely been a necessit...

    POSTED 21 Sep, 2015 13 Comments

  • Dell

    We’re not going to pretend that Dell’s new Vostro V131 slips neatly into the ‘thin and light’ basket. Our official Australian Business Traveller definition of ‘thin and light’ for notebooks tops out at 2cm around the waist and 2kg on the scales. Too far above ...

    POSTED 11 Aug, 2011 0 Comments

  • Travel tech: laptops move towards all-day battery life

    Business travellers expect a lot from their laptop but a trio of tightly-connected features tops the list. The ideal notebook should be thin, it should be light and it should have enough battery life to last a whole day and then some. The first two traits naturally go together and they're ideal ...

    POSTED 9 Aug, 2011 0 Comments

  • The new "Thunderbolt" MacBook Pro: how does it compare to MacBook Air?

    Apple's new MacBook Pro notebooks are here, and as usual they introduce some solid improvements over the previous models. But what do they have to offer business travellers -- and how does the popular 13 inch MacBook Pro compare to the ultra-thin MacBook Air? "Thunderbolt" — a new, super...

    POSTED 25 Feb, 2011 0 Comments

  • First Look: Dell's new Vostro notebook

    At first glance Dell’s slim Vostro V130 looks the part as a business ultraportable for users on the move. It weighs just 1.59kg in its basic configuration and is hewn from aluminium, reinforced with zinc hinges and finished with a magnesium alloy palm rest. In other words, it’s light...

    POSTED 1 Dec, 2010 1 Comment

  • Frequent Flyer: Intel Australia's Philip Cronin

    This week: Philip Cronin, General Manager of Intel Australia & New Zealand, talks about Hainanese chicken in Hong Kong, running in the city and why a copy of Rolling Stone magazine is one of his must-have items for any flight. Which city do you live in?Sydney. How many days would you spend ...

    POSTED 17 Nov, 2010 0 Comments

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