While the chief Intel notebook ASA told us last week that it's never a bad time to buy a Centrino notebook, the latest roadmaps seen by the INQ suggest a better time might be the middle of January next year.
That's when Intel will introduce the 770, a 2MB 2.13GHz Pentium M with a 533MHz bus at $640, as well as a 2AGHz 533MHz 2MB (760) chip at $420, a 1.86GHz "750" at $295, a 1.73GHz "740" at $240, and a 1.60GHz 533MHz chip - the "730" at $210.
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Intel planning Pentium M with 533MHz FSB for mid January 2005
Posted on Monday, December 13 2004 @ 13:49 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck