Intel Launches Atom Processors Cedar Trail

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The first generation of Intel Atom is intended for the use of simple, such as Internet activity and the use of a more mobile office. However, some users want the ability is higher than just last activity.

Answering these shortcomings, Intel officially unveiled its new-generation Atom processor codenamed Cedar Trail using 32nm fabrication.

Processors that have been launched prior to the Intel Atom N2600 series, N2800 and D2700, all dual-core type. N series itself is intended for netbooks and D series for desktop platforms.

Series N2600 comes with a clock 1.6 to 1.86 GHz with a TDP of less than 3.5 watts. Series N2899 using the clock option from 1.86 to 2.13 GHz with a TDP of less than 6.5 watts. Meanwhile, the D2700 uses clocked 2.13 GHz with a maximum TDP of 10 watts.

This latest generation of Intel Atom offers a battery life is longer and is claimed to reach 10 hours. More efficient power usage 20% compared to its predecessor.

The most interesting is that using the graphics capabilities onboardnya GMA 3600/3650 chipset is also improved. So capitalize graphics, you can run high-definition multimedia content more smoothly.

Another new feature is included which includes Intel Widi (Wireless Digital) and Wireless music is already integrated in it.

Intel said the new processors will be available in early 2012 and will be used on the output device Acer netbook, Asus, HP, Lenovo, Samsung, and Toshiba.

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