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Intel to lift panel-size restrictions for dual-core Atom netbooks - Intel to lift panel-size restrictions for dual-core Atom netbooks
Mon, May 24 2010 | 11:40PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Intel plans to launch a dual-core Atom processor, the Atom N550, in the second half of 2010, and will also lift restrictions on the panel sizes of netbooks using the CPU, meaning vendors will be allowed to bring out 11.6-inch and 12.1-inch models, according to sources from notebook players.
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Gigabyte 'SOC' Exclusive GTX480/470 - Gigabyte 'SOC' Exclusive GTX480/470
Wed, October 06 2010 | 3:12PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Gigabyte are clearly aiming to diversify their range of high end components and the World Tour's main focus was to try and raise attention on their upcoming graphics cards. The GTX460 has already been a major success so going by that, we can expect to see similar results with their GF100 based SOC cards. It has come to a point where the market is being saturated by the same card but from different manufacturers. Consumers want new innovative features with their graphics cards, whether it being a few bundled extras or custom designed coolers and a mere pre-overclock is often not enough. Gigabyte have taken heed of all these points and after careful thought have produced the parts we see here today. Having those unique features differentiates them from the competition and if their products live up to the claimed overclockability, lower noise and power draw, and high performance, then consumers will quickly welcome them. The upside is that Gigabyte already have a firm ground in the hardware department and a strong following on their motherboard range so it won't be hard for them to gain a wider user base."
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