July 30, 2001

Intel powers up notebook chips

Author: JT Smith

This morning in San Francisco, Intel will launch its new Pentium III-M (a.k.a. Tualatin) processor. Running at speeds of 866MHz, 933MHz, 1GHz, and 1.13GHz, the new chips are designed for notebook computers with smaller circuits made possible with a 0.13 micron manufacturing process. Current PIII chips are built on a 0.18-micron process. Full story at ZDNet News.

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