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Intel Corp. will reveal more details about its next-generation Intel Atom platform for netbooks and nettops on the 21st of December ’09 and computers makers will launch actual systems powered by Intel Atom N450 and derivatives on the 4th of January 2010, just in time to show them on the Consumer Electronics Show.

“Intel is planning for a fast transition to Pine Trail. To generate excitement for the platform ahead of launch, Intel is planning a press release in late December publicly disclosing the details of the platform,” an Intel document seen by X-bit labs reads.

Intel Pine Trail platform includes next-generation Atom “Pineview” processor with improved performance, integrated graphics core, built-in DDR2 memory controller, x86-64 capability, a new core-logic set as well as a Broadcom video decoding processor

According to sources close to Intel, there will be several next-gen Atom “Pineview”chips for netbooks and nettops unveiled:

  • Intel Atom N450: single-core with Hyper-Threading support, 1.66GHz, 512KB cache, x86-64, BGA437 package, $63 price-point;
  • Intel Atom D510: dual-core with Hyper-Threading support, 1.66GHz, 1MB cache, x86-64, BGA437 package, $63 price-point;
  • Intel Atom D410: single-core with Hyper-Threading support, 1.66GHz, 512KB cache, x86-64, BGA437 package, $43 price-point;

Intel did not comment on the news-story.

Tags: Intel, Pineview, Pine Trail


Comments currently: 4
Discussion started: 11/08/09 09:41:31 AM
Latest comment: 01/18/11 12:19:44 AM
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What's the difference between the N450 and the D410? The specs shown are exactly the same.

Perhaps the D410 doesn't have Hyper-Threading even though its listed here?
0 0 [Posted by: iLLz  | Date: 11/08/09 09:41:31 AM]
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D410 is nettop processor and N450 is netbook part
0 0 [Posted by: Gavric  | Date: 11/08/09 11:21:30 AM]

the N450 is the netbook line....

the D510 and D410 are their desktop line...

similar to Atom N270 compared to the 230 and 330
0 0 [Posted by: goury  | Date: 11/09/09 03:38:51 AM]

I wonder what the difference in TDP's will be...
0 0 [Posted by: lh3nry  | Date: 11/09/09 01:23:15 PM]


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