Intel to Launch Core i5, Core i3 Notebook CPUs in January 2010

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aliza

The new chips are the first in the mainstream PC market to feature the main processor, integrated graphics, and the memory controller on a single CPU package, and are produced using the new 32-nanometer technology.it can be helpful if you are going to freelance web designer These innovations are made to increase laptops’ computing performance while decreasing power consumption and heat

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XSV DBLs

I wonder how much these are gonna cost.

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Obsidian

Put one of these in an ultra portable and/or Netbook with HDMI and I'm in! When can we start seeing products use these things?

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Caboose

 I fail to see how these would work in a Netbook, where ultra long life and low power consumption are, you know, required. None of these CPU's scream "POWER CONSERVATION" to me...

 

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XSV DBLs

Read the last sentence dumbass.

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deismanj

Before you start calling other people "Dumbass," check your facts.  These have a TDP of 35 watts, whereas the most powerful Atom (300) has a TDP of 8, and the others range from 0.65 to 4 TDP.  That's a lot less that 35 Watts, compared to the Atoms, these chips are power hungry...

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