takes a first look at Intel's new "Dothan" core architecture here, and have some interesting benchmarks of what is now being sold under the Pentium-M name. With lowered power consumption, less heat production, and better performance all around in comparison to Intel's first generation Centrino technology, "Dothan" based Pentium-M processors are on the market now, ranging from 1.7 to 2.0 GHz.

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