Enter Intel with a solution. Boffins there have been working away on the problem and now the company has announced that in the first quarter of 2006 its next-generation architecture for small-profile PCs will appear, featuring similar CPUs as its next-generation notebook-use processors, the dual-core Yonah.
In line with Intelís strategy for the digital home (East Fork), the company aims to divide its desktop PC platform into six market segments (standard sized Tower, Mini Tower, All in One, Entertainment PC, Ultra Sleek and Mini PC), with the Mini PC featuring the smallest dimensions. The six models will be based on the Intel dual-core Anchor Creek and Yonah platforms.
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