Intel CULV Platform Rumored For Ultra-portable Notebooks

Posted: Jan 19 2009, 1:18am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 7:52am CDT, in Rumors | Rumors

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Intel apparently plans to restructure the notebook and netbook markets with some new chip platforms in 2009.
Digitimes reports that Intel plans to unleash a new consumer ultra-low voltage (CULV) platform into the market for ultra-portable notebooks priced between $699 and $899 in Q2 of 2009.What Intel CULV is offering on performance and technical benefits is not known yet.

Intel is supposedly also trying to put the netbooks and notebooks into 4 segments in 2009: Notebooks with screen sizes 12.1 inch and above, Atom or Pineview-based netbooks, Menlow-based mobile Internet devices (MIDs), and ultra-portable notebooks with a display size between 11 and 13.3 inches.
More details on Digitimes.

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