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Old 03-03-2008, 04:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The Intel® Atom™ processor will be the name for a new family of low-power processors designed specifically for mobile Internet devices (MIDs) and a new class of simple and affordable Internet-centric computers arriving later this year. These new chips, previously codenamed Silverthorne and Diamondville, will be manufactured on Intel’s industry-leading 45nm process with hi-k metal gate technology. The chips have a TDP specification in 0.6-2.5 watt range and scale to 1.8GHz speeds depending on customer need.
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I would really enjoy those kinda processors, 2 watts.... That would be really nice...
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Oh interesting, I wonder if there will be a desktop version ultra low power consumption version.
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That is interesting!
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Oh interesting, I wonder if there will be a desktop version ultra low power consumption version.
Personally, I'm a bit more interested with the use of these in things such as cellphones.
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