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Intel Centrino 2 Platform Launches Monday
As notebook shipments have begun to significantly outpace the sales of desktop computers, each new notebook platform launched by Intel becomes more important to the company. This Monday July 14 marks the launch of Intelís Centrino 2 platform, previously known by the code-name Montevina. The launch comes weeks after Intel had planned due to a problem with Intelís own integrated graphics for the platform.
In fact, the Centrino 2 notebooks running Intelís own integrated graphics will not be available on Monday. Only Centrino 2 systems running discrete graphics from NVIDIA or ATI will be available on Monday.
According to eWeek, the Centrino 2 platform is aimed at enterprise users, but it will find its way into consumer focused notebooks as well. The Centrino 2 platform will be the first mobile platform to take advantage of Intelís new 45nm Penryn CPUs and the CPUs will run from 2.4GHz to 2.8GHz.
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