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resistion
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re: Updated: Intel rewrites Atom road map
resistion   5/18/2011 1:07:17 AM
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Is this Atom SoC multiple gate oxides? At 14 nm, that will be interesting..

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re: Updated: Intel rewrites Atom road map
abraxalito   5/18/2011 12:30:59 AM
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"This is about reinventing the PC, making it more of a consumer electronics device," Totally clueless! The PC can never be a true consumer electronics device because its open. Tinkering with CPUs does precisely zero to address this.

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re: Updated: Intel rewrites Atom road map
abraxalito   5/18/2011 12:27:39 AM
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"We decided our road map is inadequate, and we needed to change the center point," Why no sackings of marketing bods? That's a huge fail.

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re: Updated: Intel rewrites Atom road map
old account Frank Eory   5/17/2011 10:27:37 PM
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Seriously, 15 watts?

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re: Updated: Intel rewrites Atom road map
dirk.bruere   5/17/2011 9:25:46 PM
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Nokia - first Microsoft and now moving to Intel? It sounds desperate and terminal. Like history in reverse.

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re: Updated: Intel rewrites Atom road map
chanj0   5/17/2011 8:58:49 PM
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Double the pace of Moore's Law caught my eyes. With the new tri-gates, the low power Atom is expected. 15W seems high for mobile phone. Yet, it will be good for laptop and tablet. Typical consumers may choose GUI over the processing power and/ or power consumption. Will the low power Atom get an edge over ARM in the tablet market?

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