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Chips for the road

roundup Intel looks ahead to faster, cheaper Pentium 4s for notebooks, as well as new chips for handhelds. Meanwhile, the company is set to cut prices of desktop chips.

roundup Intel looks ahead to faster, cheaper Pentium 4 processors geared for notebooks, as well as new chips that will let handhelds run longer. Meanwhile, the chipmaker is ready to cut prices of desktop chips.


The chipmaker develops a new XScale PXA processor for handhelds that will allow devices to last for longer periods of time on battery power.
January 29, 2003


Faster and cheaper notebook-oriented Pentium 4 chips are on the company's itinerary for later this year. How fast? Some will run at speeds up to 3.06GHz, sources say.
January 28, 2003


Intel is expected to lower the prices of its Pentium 4 processors late next month, sources say, in the first of two moves scheduled for this quarter.
January 28, 2003


The company is making sure not to leave out the little notebooks when it introduces its Centrino chip family in March.
January 24, 2003