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Intel Gallops Up Cedar Trail

January 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Intel has confidence that the netbook market is viable, and its new Cedar Trail processors were developed with that in mind. Because they are always on and always connected, the new processors “bring more of a smartphone-like experience where the consumer doesn’t have to wait for the device to find connectivity and refresh data,” said company spokesperson Mark Miller.

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