Intel introduce CULV platform for ultra-portable laptops

Last anniversary we aboriginal started to apprehend about some new Intel processors for lower priced attenuate and ablaze notebooks. Besides the accessible actuality that these new chips are meant to attempt with AMD’s recently-announced Yukon ultra carriageable anthology belvedere and their Athlon Neo processors, few data were accessible at the time, but now DigiTimes is advancing out with some beginning information.

According to sources at anthology manufacturers, the new customer ultra low voltage belvedere (CULV) should be hitting shelves in the additional division of 2009 and is advised for systems priced amid $699 and $899. Interestingly enough, it is getting accounted that a 13.3-inch HP Mini agenda will access in June based on the CULV belvedere instead of the Atom Zxx due to “Intel’s insistence.” DigiTimes aswell claims that at atomic the “top three” anthology makers are planning to bear their own CULV powered systems, which implies Dell and Acer could aswell be involved.

With this, Intel hopes to bisect the laptop bazaar up into four acutely identifiable segments for 2009, which cover Atom (and after on Pineview) based netbooks, acceptable 12.1 inch and aloft notebooks, Menlow-powered MIDs, and ultra carriageable notebooks based on CULV with sizes capricious amid 11.1 and 13.3 inches.

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