Intel Santa Rosa details

Posted on Thursday, May 11 2006 @ 16:18 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Intel Santa Rosa small-form-factor platform will be launched in the first quarter of 2007 and will feature the Core2 Duo mobile (Merom) processor:
SFF PC manufacturers indicated that Intel’s intention is to use the new processor core to narrow the gap between notebooks and desktops in performance, power consumption and heat dissipation, in an integrated architecture for the PC. Santa Rosa will be key to revolutionizing the size and design of PCs in the future, according to PC makers, who also mentioned Intel’s so-called “Mobile on DeskTop (MoDT)” project, another Intel-promoted term originally proposed by the Taiwan PC industry. Intel intends to push “MoDT”, which was previously titled the “Mobile in Desktop Platform,” as a concept for mini PCs featuring its Core Duo technology.
More details over here.

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