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HP to use VIA Nano CPUs for mobile devices

Posted on Friday, August 15 2008 @ 19:16:28 CEST by

HP will reportedly adopt VIA's Nano processors but it's unclear whether the PC vendor will use these chips in its mainstream notebooks or netbook series.
VIA has commented that in addition to previous orders from vendors in China, the company has recently landed orders from a certain first-tier notebook vendor and the product will appear in the market by October this year.

As for VIA's C7-M processor which is used in HP's 2133 Mini-Note PC, the total volume that HP ordered has already reached 500,000 units, which indicates that HP expects to ship at least 500,000 2133 Mini-Note PCs by the end of this year, noted the sources.



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