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4/13/2009 02:00 PM EDT
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Bill SJ
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re: ARM netbooks struggle with video, apps
Bill SJ   4/14/2009 4:33:36 PM
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I wonder why ARM is not in any HD STB SOC? Is this because ARM too greedy? ARM better think it before Intel banishes it form this market. Browse web does not need 1GHz CPU except video. With ASIC/VLIW based multimedia proccessing in SOC, it will beat PC/3D graphics combo any time of any day. With STB SOC like this plus software. It would be wrong solution to think clock rate is the only solution

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