Entries Tagged as 'intel pinetrail'

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

Intel’s Classmate Netbook gets Pinetrail

Initially born as a reponse to the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) XO Laptop, Intel’s Classmate design has been around since early 2008,  and are designed as durable, relatively low cost machines that are ideal for classroom settings. The earliest models weren’t all that exciting, but over the years Intel has spruced things up with a […]

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

Intel to Launch1.83ghz Atom N470 Next Week

Hold on to your hats, faster netbooks are coming. Intel will be formally announcing the Intel Atom N470 processor come Monday. The new Atom N470 processor has a clock speed of 1.83GHz vs 1.66GHz on the N450 processor that’s standard with new Pinetrail netbooks.

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

Intel to add DDR3 RAM Support to new Intel Atom N455 and N475

Fudzilla reports that Intel will be adding DDR3 memory support to the 1.83GHz N470 and 1.6GHz N450 chips, and at the same time renaming them N455 and N475 . Both of those chips are expected to maintain their current TDP (power consumption) ratings, and both are expected to launch in Q3 of this year. It’s certainly not a huge upgrade, and it’s only going to make a minor difference in speed but at least some progress is being made. Now, where are the dual core netbook processors Intel!?

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

FCC Reveals Atom N470 1.83GHz version of the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t

Coming through the FCC this week, a drawing of a Lenovo netbook beating the designation “Lenovo 0647″. A little further research brings up an Amazon listing for the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3, which is available for pre-order for $379.99 in the US. The best part of the listing? It’s the processor speed listed as 1.83GHz which means it’s the first sign of the eargerly anticipated Pinetrail Atom N470 processor.

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Fresh Intel PineView Rumours – N470 Coming Soon, DDR3 RAM Support

Intel is set to launch its new Pine Trail Atom platform in January and we’ve alraedy heard that the upcoming Intel N450 will clock in at 1.66ghz and the N470 at 1.83ghz. Also, this new breed of Pineview chips, based on the Pinetrail platform, will be smaller, more energy efficient, and will integrate the CPU, graphics, and memory controllers onto a single chip.

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