CES 2008: Intel Menlow Based MIDs

Posted: Jan 8 2008, 10:42am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:37am CDT, in News | CES


CES 2008: Intel Menlow based MIDs
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Intel demonstrated the Menlow platform for mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) at CES 2008.

Several companies have already designed next generation mobile internet devices on the new Intel platform. Some do not look that different from the UMPC's that are currently available.
The FreeScale LimePC platform might enable more radical devices as it is squeezing a PC motherboard with graphics and audio cards, PCI, Ethernet, SATA, and USB into a device smaller than an iPod Nano.

Anyway, the Intel Menlow based MIDs shown at CES 2008, include a Lenovo Concept MID (photo), LG UMPC, Aigo MID, Toshiba MID, and a Clarion MID.
Via this Intel press-release.

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