After a slight whoopsie daisy that delayed the launch, Intel officially introduced its new Centrino 2 platform last night in San Francisco
Branding to break down into Centrino 2 for consumer notebooks and Centrino 2 vPro for business portables. Chipmaker also announces a quad-core chip.
Next-generation flash drives and Intel CPUs point to next Air
Centrino 2 won't happen until at least mid-July.
Intel is slated to bring out Core 2 Duo E8300 processor in April and a E7200 and a new Celeron in May.
Hewlett-Packard, like Apple and Lenovo, has opted for special low-power processors from Intel and other similar features.
Now there's an extra security option for Montevina-based Lenovo notebooks with encrypted hard drives.
Computex sneak peek: Intel is showing off its "delayed" Centrino 2 platform via an Asus notebook.
Some of the upgrades we might see in the next MacBook Air include a bigger and better solid-state drive, improved design, and upgraded processors.
Intel will roll out new mobile processors in June and September, including the first quad-core mobile processor.