At Computex 2010 Intel Corporation unveiled new products including the Canoe Lake netbook platform enabling ultra-thin netbook designs.
Intel showed the world's thinnest netbook running on the upcoming mobile dual-core "Pine Trail." At just 14mm, the razor-thin "Canoe Lake" platform based netbook runs cooler and is 50% thinner than any other netbook consumers can find on the market today.
At the Computex 2010 Intel press event the chipmaker also push the MeeGo OS software support. Additionally Acer is going to release MeeGo based mobile devices soon.
There will be also new Atom CPU releases in the next months. In production now and on shelves before the winter holiday season, mobile dual-core Intel Atom processors will deliver a noticeably snappier, more responsive consumer experience in the same compact form factors, and with the same great battery life.
Intel Atom processors N455 and N475 with DDR3 support for netbooks are available today and D525 and D425 for entry-level desktop PCs are expected to be available on June 21.
Available to customers in early 2011, Oak Trail is our upcoming SoC Intel Atom platform optimized for sleek tablet and netbook designs, delivering up to a 50 percent reduction in average power consumption with full HD-video playback and targeting software choice including MeeGo, Windows 7 and Google operating systems.
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