A press release from Intel down under highlights the release of their new Intel® Centrino® Duo mobile technology to be implemented in new-gen notebooks. Formerly codenamed "Yonah", the heart of the new platform is a dual-core mobile processor manufactured on Intel's leading 65nm packaging technology.
SYDNEY, Australia, Jan. 18, 2006 -Intel Australia today showcased the Intel® Centrino® Duo mobile technology for a new generation of laptops. The new platform is aimed at advancing the emerging digital lifestyle at home, work and on the go. It delivers breakthrough capabilities to make entertainment truly mobile for people on the go and improves responsiveness and efficiency of mobile workers.
"Intel is focused on creating an innovative mobile computing platform that ushers in a new era of working, playing and living," said Kate Burleigh, national marketing manager, Intel Australia. "The Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology platform creates a new leap in how people work and play, taking advantage of a new generation of uses and experiences."
Acer are on the ball with their new TravelMate 8200 series notebook to sport the implementation of Intel's Centrino® Duo powerhouse. Details found here folks.
SYDNEY, 18 January 2006 - Acer, Australia's number-three PC vendor and fastest-growing brand* today launched the Acer TravelMate 8200. With Intel® Centrino® Duo, Intel's new dual-core mobile processor technology, the TravelMate 8200 delivers increased performance by providing the ability to easily manage multiple applications simultaneously, making it the ideal solution for mobile business professionals who require heavy computing performance.
The TravelMate 8200 features a carbon fibre casing that delivers sophisticated looks and durability, earning it the prestigious 2006 IF product design award. The stylish casing incorporates a 1.3 mega pixel digital camera with a 225-degree rotation, allowing the capture of action in front and behind the screen without the need to move the notebook. The optional Acer Bluetooth VoIP phone means business users can make the most of the latest collaboration and video-conferencing technologies over the web, ensuring they not only stay in touch but manage their meetings and know who they are talking to.
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