Photos: Intel's designs on PCs

Photos: Intel's designs on PCs

Summary: The chipmaker's latest lineup includes an array of processors intended for small and sleek systems.


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  • The really portable PCs

    This prototype handheld on display at the fall 2005 Intel Developer Forum is a full-fledged computer containing a notebook chip called Yonah coming next year. It has not been announced who will make these PCs.

  • Portable PCs

    Some manufacturers have already released mini portable PCs, but sales have been limited. This prototype at IDF measures about 4 inches by 6 inches. Toward the end of the decade, Intel plans to come out with a new line of chips designed particularly for these types of devices.

Topics: Intel, Hardware, Processors, PCs

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