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Intel to shift attention to laptop graphics

Posted on Tuesday, December 08 2009 @ 20:59:49 CET by


Now that the initial Larrabee graphics card has been cancelled, Intel said it will focus on creating next-gen integrated graphics technology for laptops. More info at CNET.
And the world's largest chipmaker is about to up the ante in this market for low-cost graphics technology, which many consumers opt for instead of high-performance chips from Nvidia or Advanced Micro Devices's ATI unit.

Later this month, Intel will unveil the first product, codenamed "Pine Trail", that puts the graphics function directly onto the same piece of silicon as the main "CPU" processor, a major departure from current technology which puts the graphics in a separate piece of ancillary silicon called the chipset.

This will be followed quickly by a CPU-graphics combination chip for laptops dubbed "Arrandale."



 



 

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