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Declaring that in the notebook market "thin is in," Intel today announced a new ultra-low-voltage (ULV) processor, three new Core 2 Duo mobile processors, and a new low-power mobile chipset - and attempted a wee bit of benchmarking bait-and-switch regarding battery life. The announcements were made in conjunction with Intel's …

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Anonymous Coward

Cheap

"...but it may take another platform generation before the "full PC experience" can be fully experienced for a full eight-hour day with a three-pound laptop."

Damn, I have £3 in my wallet. Guess I'll have to spend it on beer instead.

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Anonymous Coward

Next generation? Why not now?

"...but it may take another platform generation before the "full PC experience" can be fully experienced for a full eight-hour day with a three-pound laptop."

Or this generation if you include Qualcomms SnapDragon powered 'books. They do look awesome...

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Snap Dragons...

Those snap dragon machines are Netbooks, not Notebooks. Netbooks notably don't offer a "desktop like experience." Also the Snapdragons don't offer Windows, which is obviously part of Intel's criteria for desktops. Not that I'm not looking forward to such machines...

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