Word has come in from NVIDIA's head of chipset development that it's likely we'll see the company's Ion 2 chipset make it for launch this year, rather than early next. But it's not known as to when exactly we'll see its arrival.
All that's known about it thus far is that it will support differing PIV compatible CPUs as well as VIA's Nano and of course Atom and some ULV chips. Arrandale (Core i5 based) mobile chips will however not be compatible as they use a DMI chipset, which ION does not support.
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