Intel's Yonah Processor to Take the Stage in SF

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Date: Tuesday, December 13th, 2005, 07:15
Category: Intel

MacRumors recently posted this entry about Intel’s impending announcement of their new low-power portable CPU (code-named “Yonah”) that will be the heart of the 2006 iBooks and PowerBooks:

CoolTechZone claims to have insider knowledge of Intel’s official launch date of the newest processor from Intel — codenamed Yonah.
Intel’s Yonah is a dual-core chip based on the 65nm fabrication process. Yonah will also mark the first launch with Intel’s new strategy in place – performance per watt. The debut is expected on January 6th, 2006.

Hmm, does that date sound familiar? It should because it’s three days before the start of Macworld Expo in San Francisco. Click through to MacRumors for the links.


MacRumors recently posted this entry about Intel’s impending announcement of their new low-power portable CPU (code-named “Yonah”) that will be the heart of the 2006 iBooks and PowerBooks:

CoolTechZone claims to have insider knowledge of Intel’s official launch date of the newest processor from Intel — codenamed Yonah.
Intel’s Yonah is a dual-core chip based on the 65nm fabrication process. Yonah will also mark the first launch with Intel’s new strategy in place – performance per watt. The debut is expected on January 6th, 2006.

Hmm, does that date sound familiar? It should because it’s three days before the start of Macworld Expo in San Francisco. Click through to MacRumors for the links.

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