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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.
The "smaller is better" theme played out with Intel's Atom chip and Netbook PCs, but the recession also put a squeeze on the industry.
Now there's an extra security option for Montevina-based Lenovo notebooks with encrypted hard drives.
Chipmaker comments on the processors used in the new MacBooks and Apple's use of Nvidia graphics instead of Intel's.
On the downside, company has been dogged by negative press and analyst reports. On the upside, rumors persist it will play big role in expected MacBook refresh.
From the UrbanMax concept PC design to the Moorestown and Nehalem processors, there was a lot to take in at this year's IDF.
Apple's ultrathin laptop could be getting a performance boost with the addition of new chips from Intel already expected to appear in due time inside new MacBooks.
Intel engineer posts blog discussing performance issues with Centrino 2 graphics silicon.
The mobile workstation has Intel's first quad-core processor for creative professionals and gamers.