Entries Tagged as 'intel atom'

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Intel launches 1.33ghz N435 processor for budget netbooks

Intel has officially introduced a new low power Atom N435 processor for budget netbooks. Intel’s announcement  comes after Asus announced their budget netbook, theAsus Eee PC X101 $200 netbook and the Lenovo IdeaPad S100, both which use the chip. PC World reports that Acer will also offer a netbook with the new chip soon. The […]

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Intel shows off ‘Keeley Lake’ ultra-thin netbook reference design

Intel is rolling out a new reference design called KeeleyLake for ultrathin netbooks. The Keeley Lake design features a base so thin that there’s no room for USB ports or other connectors near the front of the laptop. Instead the ports are allon the back – presumably where the battery resides as well.

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

Intel Atom chips to hit 14nm by 2014

Facing strong competition from ARM based processors, Intel is stepping up production of its next-generation Atom chips. While the company has dominated the netbook space with its line of low power Atom processors for the last few years, Intel has been working to reduce power consumption of its chips while increasing performance, and now Intel CEO Paul Otellini says the company is redrawing its roadmap.

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Intel announces next-gen tablet chip Cloverview

Intel isn’t just cranking out Atom netbook processors – their latest-gen tablet focused Oak Trail just got announced yesterday.  They also let slip that Cloverview wil be next, after Oakltrail. The upcoming Oak Trail platform is based on a 45nm manufacturing process and has a TDP of about 3W. Cloverview will be based on a […]

Monday, January 31st, 2011

Intel wants to develop 16 core Atom chips

A report from PC World reveals Microsoft is asking Intel to bring a 16-core Atom chip to market.But, the reason might surprise you – it’s not that MSFT wants Atom chips insanely powerful. Rather, the idea is that Intel’s Atom platform could be even more energy efficient with 8 times more cores than are currently available.

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