“Intel will double its revenue and earnings growth rates over the next few years, and ship a billion microprocessors per year within the next five. These were just a pair of the bullish forecasts that Intel CEO Paul Otellini unloaded on a group of reporters and moneymen on Tuesday morning at the company’s annual Investor Meeting at its California headquarters.”
Dell steps up its education efforts with Connected Classroom
Christopher Dawson writes about Dell’s updated Connected Classroom plans.
“Dell announced on Tuesday a major update to its Connected Classroom hardware and software, bringing everything from updated netbooks to short-throw, 3D-capable projectors to the classroom. With the addition of teacher professional development resources, interactive whiteboard software, and capabilities for formative assessments, Dell has created a complete vertical classroom solution.”
“While we were originally told the $649 ThinkPad L412 would house a lowly Celeron P4500 inside its post-consumer-content housing, it appears Lenovo has decided against using that chip entirely — cue applause — in favor of the 2.13GHz Core i3-330. What’s more, both the 14-inch L412 and 15.6-inch L512 also come with double the memory (2GB in total) and are presently on sale for just $599.”