VIA C7-M CPU might be good for embedded market

Posted on Wednesday, June 08 2005 @ 14:36 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
It is reported that VIA's new 90nm 2.0GHz C7-M processor is expected to become a good competitor to Intel's Pentium M processor in the embedded market.
Although VIA is targeting the notebook market with the VIA C7-M processor, the CPU may be more competitive in the mainstream embedded systems market, instead of for slim and light notebooks or Tablet PCs, the sources noted. The sources noted that the pricing for the C7-M may help VIA compete with Intel in the embedded market.
More details at DigiTimes

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