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Thursday, December 16, 2010
Quad-core Sandy Bridg Laptops on Stage of CES 2011


Intel is expected to officially release the first "Sandy Bridge" laptops at the Consumer Electronics Show next month and according to reports, these will be powerd by quad-core CPUs.

According to a CNET report, Intel recently disclosed that the first Sandy Bridge processors will be quad core, followed by more mainstream dual-core chips. Top laptop vendors, including Lenovo and Acer, are expected to introduce systems at that time, the report said.

"Quad-core goes live in January, dual-core goes live in February," said an industry source involved in the Sandy Bridge laptop rollout. "OEMs are going to be going public with their quad-core laptops, but they can't go public with their dual-core laptops until mid-February."

Most of the quad-core systems will be 15-inch and 17-inch designs, according to the report.


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