Intel Moves Nehalem to ULV for Ultra-Thin Laptops

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neiroatopelcc

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I have a feeling they're aiming at confusing the consumer like nvidia does by inventing a gazillion of models of the same chip and cutting random features without any system.
 

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Honestly, with the shift of many products from Low voltage to full voltage and ultra-low voltage to full voltage, I wonder how much longer CULV and CLV chips will be relevant.
 

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"but with the new processors inside, users will see faster response times and less waiting."
Yeah until MS releases more bloatware.
 

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[citation][nom]apache_lives[/nom]AMD really needs to get to work on there mobile processor lines...[/citation]
Their going to come out with there new processors as soon as they're schedule allows.
 

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AMD needs update the mobile processor to survive in the mobile market and for customers who need lower prices and better performance. Intel is priced too high, but has the crown on the bench.
It's what I think...
 

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What if the laptop was NOT 32% thinner so I can break it just by looking at it wrong, but still stayed stylish/elegant, and omg, had better airflow/cooling because the thinness of the laptop did not scale with the 32nm process. Just a thought.
 

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I hate to do this but...
@apache_lives: their
"There" is neither close to their or they're.

@lamorpa: they're or they are (first part)
their (second part)
How did you get these mixed up?? I'm confused. It's almost like you do it on purpose.
 

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[citation][nom]sliem[/nom]I hate to do this but...@apache_lives: their"There" is neither close to their or they're.@lamorpa: they're or they are (first part)their (second part)How did you get these mixed up?? I'm confused. It's almost like you do it on purpose.[/citation]

He did it on purpose. Lamorpa was clearly mocking the guy he quoted.
 

lamorpa

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@insider3: 'mocking' is a strong word. Just poking fun and trying to raise awareness about there/their/they're usage. It's pretty basic.

Back to the subject - I wonder how Intel determines they allow laptops to be '32% slimmer'?
 

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[citation][nom]pei-chen[/nom]Notebooks are getting stonger everyday.[/citation]

I hope notebooks get stronger AND extraordinary. I'd hate to have a stronger notebook, but it was just ordinary (everyday). I hope for this every day.
 

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[citation][nom]sliem[/nom]How did you get these mixed up?? I'm confused. It's almost like you do it on purpose.[/citation]


Sarcasm!?

I need that algorithm right now.
 
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