Joe D’elia, senior analyst at iSuppli, described it to INQUIRER journalists over the weekend as something of a breakthrough by the chip giant.Source: The Inquirer
But it’s a tacit admission by Intel that the Pentium M, a successor to the Pentium III-M, is a cool operator, and can do most of what a Pentium 4 can, whether it be labelled a Prescott or not.
The INQ understands that the Pentium M is such a successful chip that in 2005 Intel may integrate the low wattage CPU cores into one four way die.
Intel to announce Centrino desktop systems
Posted on Monday, February 16 2004 @ 22:13 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
According to the Inquirer it is likely that Intel will anounce Centrino based desktop systems this week.