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Dell Readies Notebooks with Two Central Processing Units
Dell plans to interoduce a notebook featuring two central processing units (CPUs), one from Intel Corp. and another based on ARM micro-architecture. The laptop will combine long battery life thanks to ARM along with high performance due to power of Intelís chip.
Dell Latitude E4200 and E4300 models will include both Intel and ARM processors and are due to be released soon, according to a news-story by DigiTimes web-site. The notebooks will include a basic interface that provides near-instant access to e-mail, calendar, attachments, contacts and the Web without booting into the system's main operating system (OS). During such operations the system will use only ARM processor, which guarantees long battery life. Intelís CPU is only used when high-performance is needed.
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