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Old 20th February 2010, 11:05   #1
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Default Oak Trail – Intel's new energy efficient Atom Z series

Intel has already presented its second generation of the Atom N series called ”Pine Trail” for the laptop and net-top market. It was believed that Moorestown would be the the natural successor of the Atom Z series, whereas new information suggests that this is not the case. Instead this new information tells us that the new Z series will be called ”Oak Trail”. The Atom Z series has a lower power consumption than its cousins in the N series and aims at MIDs, UMPCs and some netbooks.

Oak Trail is to be a SoC solution which will be more efficient than today's Atom Z5xx series and even if this is just unconfirmed rumors, the speculations are already in full swing.
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