VIA would not disclose further details about the upcoming Antar line, but sources speculated that the processors would feature clock speeds starting from 900MHz. The processors will target the notebook and mobile device markets and directly confront Intelís Centrino (formerly codenamed Banias) products. The Antar processors reportedly will cost two-thirds less than comparable Centrino processors and require only 10W of power, compared to 16W for Centrino processors.
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