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Acer's first 'Pine Trail' netbook: details emerge

Acer's first netbook based on Intel's next-gen Atom processor has peered out of the shadows. The manufacturer has yet to announce the Aspire One 532h, but the machine has been added to the company's support site, albeit with nothing more than a single Bios update, dated 8 December 2009, to show for itself. Googling the …
Tony Smith, 11 Dec 2009
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Intel to intro next-gen netbook Atom on 10 January?

Expect a raft of new netbooks based on Intel's next-generation 'Pine Trail' Atom chippage after 10 January - the day the products will be formally launched, it seems. That date is slap-bang in the middle of the Consumer Electronics Show. CES, which kicks off in Las Vegas on 7 January, has long expected to host Pine Trail's …
Tony Smith, 4 Dec 2009
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Intel to fast track Atom 2.0 introduction

Expect a raft of new netbooks early next year - you may want to hold off buying one until after Christmas - as Intel plans to make a "fast transition" from the current generation of Atom processor to the next. The chip giant will formally launch the successor to the N270 and N280 on 21 December, website Xbit Labs says after …
Tony Smith, 9 Nov 2009
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Next-gen Atom gets faster sibling

Intel's 'Pineview' processor looks set to run more quickly at launch than previously anticipated. The next-gen Atom netbook CPU, due in Q1 2010, was expected to debut at 1.66GHz as the N450. A couple of websites are now suggesting it will be accompanied by the N470, which will be clocked at 1.83GHz. The N450 was said to have …
Tony Smith, 9 Sep 2009
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Next-gen Atom to launch in October, say moles

Intel has said that its next-generation Atom processor for netbooks - codenamed 'Pine Trail' - will debut in Q4, but it now appears we can narrow that down to 'early Q4'. Asian moles say the CPU - to come to market as the Atom N450 - will launch in October. The 64-bit capable part will run at the same speed as today's N280, 1. …
Tony Smith, 10 Jun 2009

Intel 'Pine Trail' amputates Atom's third chip

Intel has confirmed that its next-generation Atom processor, code-named Pineview, will include an on-chip memory controller and an integrated graphics processor. Echoing a processor roapmap leaked to the press in February, the company told reporters this morning that Pineview would arrive "in the second half of the year" as …
Cade Metz, 19 May 2009
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Intel's netbook roadmap downplays HD chipset

So farewell then, GN40, Intel's next major netbook chipset but now apparently destined for the chop before it was even launched. That, at least, is what can be read from Intel mobile platform plans announced in Asia this week. Sources within Taiwan's notebook manufacturer community cited by DigiTimes indicate that Intel's …
Tony Smith, 12 May 2009

Next-gen Atom set back to Q4

Intel's next-gen netbook-centric mobile Atom, codenamed 'Pineview', won't appear until mid-way through Q4, the chip giant's latest roadmap reveals. So far, it was believed that the part would debut mid-2009, probably early in Q3, but Pineview appears to have slipped a quarter and a half, if a roadmap posted by Japanese- …
Tony Smith, 9 Feb 2009
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Intel Atom heir in rumor mill upgrade

More snippets of news emerged today about Intel's upcoming replacement to its low-power Atom processor, set to launch in the second half of this year. As we reported last September and updated last week, the Atom heir, code-named Pineview, will be available in both single-core and dual-core versions, each with an on-chip …
Rik Myslewski, 20 Jan 2009

Intel's 32nm Atom roadmapped

Intel's 32nm Atom chip - aka 'Medfield' - has popped up on the chip giant's roadmap with a 2010 release window. Current Atoms are fabbed at 45nm. Medfield will use the smaller transistor size to increase the level of on-die component integration, bring into the system-on-a-chip the I/O functionality currently relegated to the …
Tony Smith, 8 Dec 2008

Next-gen netbook Intel Atom due Q3 2009

Intel's next-gen Atom processor for Small, Cheap Computers - the successor to today's 'Diamondville' - will debut a year from now, according to the chip giant's latest roadmap. The chip, codenamed 'Pineview', will arrive in Q3 2009, according to long-term progress charts seen by Japanese-language site PCWatch. Pineview is one …
Tony Smith, 5 Sep 2008

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