There’s been a lot of anticipation surrounding Intel’s next-generation processor technology, a.k.a. “Ivy Bridge.” A quick look at PC Mag’s write up on the technology goes a long way to explaining why. More power under the hood is always a good thing in the computer world.
I’d like to let everyone know that we here at Dell are just as excited as you are about these soon-to be-released CPUs, and that it’s been hard not to say anything.
While I still can’t say too much at this point, what I can tell you is you should be on the lookout for updates to our product lines very soon. Ivy Bridge is just around the corner, and we always want to provide our customers with the latest technology they’re looking for.
Update from Lionel: To make it easier to see all Ivy Bridge-related products that we've made official, here's a running list I'll work to update:
- John's post about the new Alienware gaming notebooks with Ivy Bridge.
- Nafisa's post about the new XPS 8500 high-end desktop
- Forrest's post about the new Vostro 470 desktop
- My post about Dell's new XPS and Inspiron all-in-one desktops
- Brett McAnally's post on Dell's new OptiPlex desktops and Latitude notebooks
- Forrest Bloede's post on the new Ivy Bridge Vostro laptops
- Stanford Curry's post on the new Inspiron R laptops
- Stanford's post on the thin new Inspiron 13z and 14 z laptops
- Anne Camden's post on the new Inspiron R Special Edition notebooks
- My post about Dell's new awesome XPS 14 and XPS 15 laptops!