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Intel's Menlow Revealed: Baby Centrino Gets Ready
Apple realized these problems early on, and didn't jump on the UMPC bandwagon. Instead, it created a mobile-optimized OS and stuck it on a smartphone. The end result was that the iPhone was born with the most elegant smartphone interface onthe market. However, Apple used mostly off the shelf components for the iPhone, so despite its speedy interface, the phone itself could still benefit from a faster processor. The iPhone is also Apple's only non-x86 product in its current lineup, meaning that software portability between the iPhone/iPod, the Apple TV and its Macs isn't ideal.
Intel came to its senses around the same time as Apple, but instead of building a killer device with the components available on the market today, Intel set out to do for ultra mobile devices what it did for notebooks with Centrino. The platform is codenamed Menlow, and we finally have more details on it.
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