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Intel Pine Trail platform Review

Posted on Wednesday, February 10 2010 @ 18:27:25 CET by


A year and a half ago, Intel presented the market with its new and, as we were to see, rather significant processor oriented towards mobile devices. The CPUs codenamed Silverthorne, for the so-called mobile internet devices (MIDs), and Diamondville, for the ultra-portable PCs, miniature notebooks and nettops, were another step off the beaten path in Intel’s CPU development. Just like the company parted ways with the failures from the era of Pentium 4 with the Core 2 architecture, they made a few interesting moves in Atom development as well…”

Summary: Taking a glance back at the entire repacking by Intel, it’s clear that there’s no room for any drastic performance improvement expectations.




Link: InsideHW

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