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Intel shows off Canoe Lake concept netbook

Posted on Tuesday, June 01 2010 @ 22:14:47 CEST by


The Tech Report published a picture of a 14mm thin netbook based on Intel's upcoming Canoe Lake platform.
Dubbed Canoe Lake, this "innovation platform" is purportedly 50% thinner than any other netbook on the market. Intel says the system runs cooler than existing designs, as well. What's even more striking about that claim is that Canoe Lake packs a fresh mobile variant of Intel's dual-core Atom CPU. Based on the Pine Trail core, this new Atom is one of four new models to debut with support for DDR3 memory.

On the mobile front, the DDR3-enabled Atoms will go under the model numbers N455 and N475. The former is the single-core flavor, while the second has dual cores. These CPUs will make their way into the low-end desktops known as "nettops" under the names D425 and D525, too. Intel already has these D- and N-series Atoms in production, although the mobile versions won't arrive in systems until this holiday season. Nettops with D-series CPUs will be available starting on June 21.



 



 

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