Both sticks operate at 1.8V, and should produce less heat and use less power than standard DDR in other notebooks even at the higher speeds. The timings probably aren't fantastic, being ValueSelect, but a speed increase of 66MHz is still a huge plus over DDR2-533. You can download the press release in PDF format at Corsair's site.
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