Introducing Intel's new low power mobile chips
Subject: Mobile | August 28, 2006 - 09:02 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
HotHardware has the goods on Intel's new Core 2 Duo Merom. They have all the bells and whistles you expect, like unified 4MB L2 cache, just running at a lower voltage and heat. If you have any questions left after reading their review, Ryan's is bound to answer them.
"When you consider the fact that both Yonah and Merom both are built on Intel's 65nm process and that
Merom has an additional 2MB of L2 cache, along with EM64T support, Intel's design engineering triumph
with Core 2 Duo becomes crystal clear. Intel's Mobile Core 2 Duo offers more processing power,
capacity, features, and does so at power parity versus their legacy mobile Core Duo architecture."
Here are some more Mobile articles from around the web:
- Mobile Core2 Duo:
Performance at a Cost @ ExtremeTech
- Intel Core 2
Duo Processor T7600 on the Dell XPS M1710 @ Legit Reviews
- Alienware Area-51 7500
PC @ HEXUS
- Hiyatek Laptop Cooler with Card
Reader and USB Hub Review @ Bigbruin
- Samsung A990 Mobile
Review @ Digital Trends
- Apple recalls 1.8 million batteries @ CNET
- 2-power XCell 70
universal lap]top battery @ HEXUS
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