Amongst other things, Intel have been spending a lot of time recently refining their quad core processors to behave well as a mobile part for notebooks, and it looks like they arn't all that far off nailing it either.
XBit Labs report that we'll likely see notebooks with quad-core offerings by Q2'08, these being Penryn-based processors which will pair up with Intel's upcoming Montevina mobile platform.
In an attempt to further solidify its positions on the market of mobile processors, Intel Corp. next year plans to lower power consumption of standard chips for laptops and also to introduce quad-core microprocessors for mobile computers. Both introductions will increase notebooks performance and both will be a result of successful ramp of 45nm production technology.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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