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Beijing IDF: Intel unveils new low power consumption processor - Beijing IDF: Intel unveils new low power consumption processor
Thu, April 19 2007 | 3:45PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Intel has introduced its new low-power consumption processor (Silverthorne) and associated platform (Menlow) at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in Beijing. Silverthorne and Menlow are designed to lower the power consumption of ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs) from 12W to 5W. As a result UMPC makers such as VIA could face competition in the future, pointed out sources at Taiwan-based IT makers. Additionally, if Intel makes a successful breakthrough in the ultra-mobile market, it could cause a serious off-balance in the future notebook, MID (mobile Internet device) and UMPC processor market, the sources commented.
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