Reuters reports that Intel Corp. said on Tuesday its next-generation platform for laptop computers will use 25 percent less power while boosting performance, helping it stay on top of the fast-growing market.
For smaller businesses that want to get the MOST out of their computing experience having a chip that can use less power, means longer batter life. For those on the road it is vital that their computing experience can handle a flight from NY to California and beyond.
If you are a road warrrior make sure you are not only one in mind but in reality as well, with the tech tools you use.
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Reatuers writes The overhaul of Intel’s Centrino technology, code-named “Napa,” comes as the world’s largest chipmaker is getting a boost from laptop sales, which are growing faster than the overall computer market.
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