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Freescale, Nvidia chase netbook sockets
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Freescale Semiconductor is trying to drive netbooks to lower price points with a new ARM-based processor while Nvidia wants to ratchet up their performance with a more muscular graphics chip, but one OEM said he does not believe Freescale's Linux-based option will gain much market traction.
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