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Intel Atom Dual-Core Netbooks Coming?

The Sony VAIO P29 netbook showing up on ComputercityHW.it features an Intel Atom Z630 processor - so far there is not been a whisper about this processor from Intel. Read full article

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Intel Unveils Notebook Plans for 2nd Half

Intel today unveiled its plans for the mobile sector in the second half of this year, covering traditional notebooks, Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) platform notebooks, and netbooks. Read full article

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New Acer Ultraportables Showing Up Online

A few new Acer ultraportable notebooks and netbooks have started showing up at some online stores. Read full article

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MSI X340 CULV Notebook Coming Soon

MSI's X-Slim X340 notebook is listed on MSI's website as "coming soon"; it is based on the new Intel Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) platform. Read full article

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LED-Backlighting Penetration to Reach 70-80%

While LED-backlighting penetration rates are only around 40% for the earlier parts of this year, thanks to help from Intel's Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) platform, they are expected to[...] Read full article

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OCZ Intros XMP DDR3 RAM for Notebooks

OCZ has introduced high-end DDR3 SO-DIMM memory modules for notebooks with Intel Extreme Memory Profiles (XMP); the modules are designed for notebooks featuring Intel Extreme Edition processors or are based[...] Read full article

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Intel Atom Reaches 2GHz

Intel has announced the fastest Atom processor to date, the Z550 with a 2GHz clockspeed at its Beijing Developer Forum. Read full article

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Intel Netbook Platform Promises 2 sec Boot

Intel is working on a Linux-based mobile platform named Moblin, which they eventually hope has a two-second boot time. Read full article

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Intel Refreshes LV, ULV Processors

Intel has refreshed its lineup of Low Voltage (LV) and Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors with the highest-clocked variants to date. Read full article

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Intel CPU Lineup Adjustments in May

Intel is planning to update its notebook CPU lineup this spring, introducing new models and discontinuing old ones. Read full article