It should be noted that Intel has managed to outpace AMD and release its dual-core mobile processor before the competitor (AMD’s dual-core Turion 64 X2 is expected to be announced only in June). It is rather unusual since Intel hasn’t been the first to introduce new architectures or technologies in server or desktop processors for the last couple of years. But it is a fact that Intel’s engineers successfully developed and put into production a new dual-core mobile processor based on the existing Pentium M architecture and they have done so ahead of the competitor who’s going to adapt its ordinary dual-core Athlon X2 for use in notebooks.Read on over here.
Intel Core Duo Centrino Platform reviewed
Posted on Saturday, April 15 2006 @ 3:17 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck