Ivy Bridge may be the first Intel chipset with enough graphics and multimedia processing power to make you forget discrete graphics — as well as the first to support USB 3.0. According to the report, Ivy Bridge will be made available on a staggered basis to Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Sony, Toshiba, Acer and Asus. But what we're all waiting for is the rumoured Ivy Bridge Apple MacBook Pros. Will those arrive later this year as we'd heard before? [CNET]
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