Intel to ship dual-core CPUs for ultra-thin platforms

By Justin
Sep 29, 2009
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  1. Ultra-thin notebooks are in for a performance boost next year, when Intel begins introducing dual-core CPUs for a variety of models. Currently, Intel's ultra-thin lineup is mostly composed of chips like the Core 2 Solo SU3000, Pentium SU2000 and the Celeron, all of which are based around a single-core design. The demand for more performance in tight environments has been increasing, and as a response, most of the CPUs mentioned above are going to be replaced.

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