iSuppli: ARM to power a quarter of new notebooks by 2015

Matthew

TS Evangelist
ARM is best known for its power-sipping smartphone and tablet processors, but according to iSuppli, the chipmaker will soon elbow its way into the laptop market. With the next version…

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mosu

TS Evangelist
last time I've checked an quad A15 from TI beats, at least on paper , any Celeron based solution. All we need is compatibility for ARM based processors.
 

ET3D

TechSpot Paladin
I want to say well done to TechSpot for an informative title, quoting iSuppli as the source instead of saying "analysts".