Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Intel's Sandy Bridge In Macbooks Should Take Performance And Battery Life To A Whole New Level

Right now, Macbook users should be happy with Apple has to offer. I've got the late-2008 unibody Macbook and I'm happy with Apple offered then. And obviously, in what should be another great Christmas for Apple, their brand new Macbooks are giving users something to smile about.

But wait until you see the next upgrade that Apple is likely to offer. Intel's new mobile offering, Sandy Bridge, should offer even greater performance over all.

I won't be able to get into into too much detail here. But let's just say that I think I just might be compelled to upgrade the next time around.

Anandtech has a very detailed post on Intel's new mobile solution. I think it's worth a read, especially if you did not pull the trigger this past Christmas. Judging by the battery life and increased performance in graphics, future Macbooks should gain measurable performance increase.

More at Anandtech.

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