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The Atom from Intel and the Nano from Via  - The Atom from Intel and the Nano from Via
Sat, August 30 2008 | 9:03AM | PermaLink Feedback?
It would seem that the age of "good enough" computing is upon us. In many cases, what folks want most out of a computer isn't bone-jarring speed or fluid, stunning visuals; it's low power consumption (with the correspondingly long battery life and quiet operation), low cost, stylish design, and performance that, well, doesn't get in the way. The system needs to be adequate to the tasks at hand—typically things like web surfing, email, office productivity applications, and perhaps lightweight media playback. Beyond that, eh, why pay more?
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