We got an e-reader, a new laptop, a couple of Bluetooth speakers, a set of headphones, and a bunch of cables, so what else does it all include?
Well, if you’re looking to upgrade your laptop, the most obvious upgrade might be the processor.
You’re going to want to upgrade it from Intel’s new Kaby Lake processors to the next generation Intel Xeon processor, which can handle more and more graphics and compute tasks.
Intel’s Xeon E5 processor is now being used in the first-generation Core i7 chips, and is one of the best CPUs out there.
However, it’s still a lot of processing power compared to the latest Intel Xeon E7 processors, which are also available on the market.
Intel has recently announced its next-generation Xeon E6 processor, and it’s expected to debut next month.
The new Xeon E-series chips are built on the same 14nm FinFET process that was used in Intel’s previous processors, and can now be overclocked to 3.7GHz.
This means that the processors are capable of delivering higher performance in both the desktop and the server space.
If you want to add more memory to your system, the new Xeon CPUs are now offering 8GB or 16GB of RAM, which will make it much more accessible to users who want more memory for their systems.
And for the server market, the Xeon E CPUs are also equipped with the latest SATA 6Gb/s interface, which is a big deal.
SATA 6Gbps provides faster transfer rates, and while the latency is still not as high as the PCIe 3.0 interfaces, it can handle the load much better.
The Xeon E processors are also getting faster storage performance, which should make them a lot faster in the server realm as well.
The latest Xeon E chips are equipped with an up to 512GB SSD storage, which means that it’s much easier for users to store files and applications in the cloud.
And you’ll also want to consider the new Intel Optane SSD storage option, which uses Optane memory to store data in the form of flash.
Optane, which Intel calls “next generation SSD technology,” is based on a novel process technology called NVMe, which stands for “non-volatile memory.”
This technology allows for faster storage capacity and faster performance, and should make it easier for the storage industry to expand their storage offerings.
And if you want a new computer for your family, it’ll be great to get a new hard drive with Intel’s SSD-based drive.
If your computer’s been around for a while, you may be familiar with the Toshiba Satellite HDD, which was built on a form of Intel’s Optane drive.
Now Toshiba is bringing back its Optane HDD for the next-gen Core i5 and i7 processors.
Toshiba has been slowly rolling out Optane storage in the Tosas Pro series of hard drives, and we’re expecting the Optane HDDs to debut later this year.
But this new Optane drives will be compatible with the new Core i3 and i5 processors, so you can expect to see some big improvements in performance in the coming months.