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In a surprising move, Intel has announced plans to discontinue a number of their 802.11ad products. The company intends to cease shipments of the majority of its WiGig devices by late 2017. Intel has not announced any replacements for the 802.11ad parts and says that it would focus on WiGig solutions designed for VR applications. Intel is formally initiating the EOL program for the Wireless Gigabit 11000 and Tri Band Wireless-AC 18260 controllers, the Wireless Gigabit Antenna-M M100041 antenna and the Wireless Gigabit Sink W13100 sink today (September 8). Intel is asking its partners to place their final orders on its WiGig-supporting network cards, antenna and sink by September 29, 2017. The final shipments will be made by December 29, 2017. Update 9/13: ZDNET has received...

HP Pavilion DV1000 Entertainment Notebook PC - Multimedia Notebook A Breed Apart

This has to be one of the year's slickest multimedia notebooks that we have had pass through the AT labs. Read on to find out why this notebook is...

11 by Jason Clark on 10/2/2004

Mid-sized Dothan Notebook Roundup: Dell, Gateway, and HP/Compaq

We have already seen what Dothan is about; now, onto our Dothan roundup. Read about three notebooks that you should consider, if you are shopping around for a traditional notebook.

22 by Andrew Ku on 9/30/2004

Acer Aspire 2020 - Centrino desktop replacement

Unique to the DTR arena, Acer makes a stand with a desktop replacement based on Intel's Centrino platform.

9 by Andrew Ku on 8/29/2004

Voodoo Envy M:860 - AMD 64-bit at Widescreen

We took a look at Voodoo's Envy M:860, a desktop replacement notebook ready for 64-bit at widescreen resolutions. Read on to find out how it fared in our hands.

17 by Andrew Ku on 8/13/2004

Dell Inspiron XPS Preview - Power to Play and a bit more

Presenting the Dell Inspiron XPS, marking Dell's entrance into the enthusiast notebook market...

14 by Andrew Ku on 2/13/2004

ATI's Mobility Radeon 9700 - What's in a name?

ATI introduces its newest mobile GPU today, and bestows the name of Mobility Radeon 9700 on the M11 chip. No, it doesn't have a R300 core, but that is...

14 by Andrew Ku on 2/3/2004

Mobile GPU Q1/2004 Update - ATI M10, M11, and NVIDIA's NV36M

So, we finally get around to sorting out the naming system for ATI's Mobility Radeon 9600, and we have some details on the upcoming NVIDIA and ATI mobile GPUs...

5 by Andrew Ku on 1/28/2004

Voodoo Envy M:855 Part 2 - Take Two

We are back with the second installment of the Voodoo Envy M:855, a powerhouse desktop replacement notebook of the likes we have not seen before.

10 by Andrew Ku on 11/14/2003

Voodoo Envy M:855 Part 1 - Athlon 64 DTR and Mobility Radeon 9600 Pro

The first notebook with Athlon 64 hits the market, and we have an exclusive first hand look at Athlon 64 DTR and the coupling of the current top mobile...

24 by Andrew Ku on 11/4/2003

Dell Latitude X300: A Traveler's Companion

Centrino technology continues to breathe a breath of fresh air into the market with a marriage of performance and portability. Dell brings the Latitude X300 to the table, one...

6 by Andrew Ku on 10/30/2003

NVIDIA nForce3 Go120 and Transmeta Efficeon Preview

Despite the outlook on graphics, NVIDIA continues to diversify their portfolio and partners with Transmeta to make it happen. Find out how they both plan to make their mark...

1 by Andrew Ku on 10/17/2003

Dell Inspiron 8600: Mobile Multimedia goes Wide Screen

Dell introduces their latest performance notebook, and we take the time to put it through the paces. How does it fare taking the plunge into the wide screen format?

21 by Andrew Ku on 10/9/2003

IBM ThinkVantage Technologies: Hard Drive Active Protection System

Dropped your laptop and now it is damaged? It looks like someone may have finally found the answer to keeping you off the support lines…

10 by Andrew Ku on 10/7/2003

Gigabyte G-MAX NB-1401: Beauty in the Simplest Terms

Gigabyte is a new player to the notebook system market with their G-MAX NB-1401. This swank notebook promises to profile performance in a thin and light form. Read on...

5 by Andrew Ku on 9/23/2003

Acer TravelMate C110: Centrino infused Tablet PC

With the trickling of Tablet PCs slowing coming to market, join us for our first look into a convertible Tablet PC from Acer. Their TravelMate C110 promises the functionality...

6 by Andrew Ku on 9/19/2003

ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 and NVIDIA GeForce FX Go5650: Taking on DX9

From our mobility slumber, we have the results we promised in our last glimpse of ATI and NVIDIA mobile graphic gaming parts. And today, we have an exclusive full...

47 by Andrew Ku on 9/14/2003

IBM ThinkPad X31 1.4GHz Pentium M: A Traveler's Best Friend

Many road warriors swear by the ultraportable notebook design which mates computing power with portability. Today we look at a new breed of ultraportable systems enabled by Intel's Centrino...

8 by Matthew Witheiler on 4/11/2003

Electrovaya Scribbler SC500 Tablet PC

Today we take a look at a tablet PC solution from a company many of you have probably never heard of: Electrovaya. Their Scribbler SC500 promises good performance and...

1 by Matthew Witheiler on 3/18/2003

The Future of Mobile Gaming: New Chips from ATI and NVIDIA

With the Centrino/Pentium M announcement still fresh on our minds, ATI and NVIDIA capitalize on the buzz surrounding mobile computing and give us a glimpse of the next generation...

0 by Matthew Witheiler on 3/13/2003

Intel Centrino/Pentium-M Notebook Roundup: Dell, FIC and IBM Examined

Along with the release of Intel's new Pentium M processor come a variety of new notebooks. Today we look at four notebooks with a Pentium M at the helm...

3 by Matthew Witheiler on 3/12/2003

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