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Gallery: IDF: More chips, netbooks, and TV

On Day 2 of the Intel Developer Forum, the chipmaker showed off new motherboards, classmate PCs, and Moorestown, the next-generation of Intel's ultra-mobile platform.
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Topic: Hardware
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At the Intel Developer Forum, Intel's senior vice president and general manager, Ultra Mobility Group, Anand Chandrasekher, shows off the first Moorestown platform "Lincroft" wafer. Moorestown is the next-generation of Intel's ultra-mobile platform and is scheduled to be released in 2009/2010.

Click here for pictures of Day 1 at IDF featuring chairman Craig Barrett and Digital Enterprise Group chief Pat Gelsinger. Plus, here's a gallery of Intel-based ultra-mobile devices.

Credit: Intel

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Dadi Perlmutter, general manager of Intel's Mobility Group, shows off netbooks and Mobile Internet Devices powered by the Intel Atom processor.

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Perlmutter demonstrated a small desktop form factor based on the latest Intel mobile technology that supports full 1080p high-definition video playback.

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Eric Kim, general manager, Digital Home Group for Intel presents the company's consumer electronics strategy during IDF 2008.

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Kim sits down with Patrick Barry, VP Connected TV for Yahoo watch the Widget Channel, Intel and Yahoo's attempt to merge the Web and TV using widgets. ZDNet's Sam Diaz can't wait.

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If it's 3D you want, Software and Solutions Group general manager Renee James shows off InTru 3D brand--the result of a collaboration between Intel and DreamWorks.

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The tech press was out in full force at IDF. Intel's forum attracted more than 500 registered media and analysts.

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Intel showed off the new version of its Classmate PC. It features a twisting touch screen that allows the choice to use it in either clamshell or tablet mode.

Christopher Dawson has more on the new Classmates.

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Here, the Classmate is in the clamshell mode and shows off the swivel monitor.

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Kids can write on the touch screen.

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Toddlers can play with the Classmate.

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The Intel Intel Desktop Board D945GCLF2 with the newest mini-ITX form factor could pave the way for the $200 desktop, says Jason Hiner.

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Another view of the second generation of the Intel Desktop Board D945GCLF2 Essential Series.

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This is the die for the Intel Media Processor 3100--called Canmore.

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