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.
Joe D’elia, senior analyst at iSuppli, described it to INQUIRER journalists over the weekend as something of a breakthrough by the chip giant.

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.
Source: The Inquirer

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