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Intel holding off on new CULV processors

Posted on Monday, April 05 2010 @ 02:01:39 CEST by

DigiTimes reports Intel has reportedly decided to hold off the launch of new ultra-thin notebook processors until the third quarter, as notebook makers are reducing their orders because ultra-thin notebooks sales are quite disappointing in most markets.
Intel has recently decided to hold off the launch of new ultra-thin notebook processors until the third quarter as Acer has halted the production of its ultra-thin notebooks and has turned to work on its new Calpella-based TimelineX ultra-thin notebooks, according to sources from notebook players.

However, whether Intel will launch its new ultra-thin notebook processors will still depend on market demand in the third quarter, the sources noted.

Since most notebook players saw their ultra-thin notebooks account for only 10-15% of their total shipments in 2009, lower than original predictions of 20-30%, the players are reducing their orders to digest existing inventories.



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