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Intel Hits the market with Cedar Trail

Intel Corporation has rolled out latest mobile Intel Atom processor-based platform, formerly christened as “Cedar Trail”. It is designed to provide small, compact, on-the-go computing with great battery life at an affordable price, the latest platform adds several new features to netbook computers made popular by students, families, and those looking for light productivity and Internet browsing. These devices will be available in early 2012 from major OEMs including, Acer, Asus, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, and Toshiba.

The new design's dedicated media engine enables full 1080p high-definition playback of videos and Blu-Ray content and includes additional digital display and output options including HDMI and DisplayPort.

Systems based on the new Intel Atom processors may have up to 10 hours of battery life and weeks of standby, allowing for all-day use between charges. Additionally, Intel increased processor and overall system performance while reducing power consumption up to 20 percent compared to the previous platform.
 
Based on Intel's leading-edge 32nm process technology, Intel incorporated several new features into the platform such as Intel(R) Wireless Display and Intel(R) Wireless Music. With these new features and wireless enabled devices, people can share videos or photos wirelessly from their netbooks to a television, or stream music through their home stereo speakers. The dual-core Intel Atom processor N2600 and Intel Atom processor N2800 are paired with the Intel(R) NM10 Express Chipset and feature a small form factor package size that saves system board real estate and enables thinner netbook designs. In addition to the mobile processors, Intel offers the Intel Atom processor D2500 and D2700 for entry-level desktop and all-in-one designs, as well as intelligent system solutions

3-Jan-2012 08:21:31
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