Intel is also expected to reveal more details of its Penryn CPU, 45nm Hi-k silicon technology and new WiMAX applications along with the introduction of the associated Montevina notebook platform, according to sources at Taiwan PC makers.
During the three-day event, Intel will also highlight Nehalem CPUs slated for the second half of 2008 and provide more details of its new Menlow UMPC (ultra-mobile PC) platform.
Since Menlow is expected to deliver better performance than the current McCaslin-based UMPCs, consumers have been adopting a wait-and-see attitude toward the launch of Menlow, the sources indicated.
The next-generation Moorestown UMPC platform could also be discussed during the forum, but Intel is unlikely to reveal essential details at this time, the sources speculated.
Intel to unveil more about Penryn, 45nm, WiMAX this week
Posted on Monday, Sep 17 2007 @ 16:33 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck