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Even though Intel Corp. demonstrated its next-generation netbook platform called Pine Trail and processor named PineView at Computex Taipei 2009 in early June, no actual designs powered by the new platform have shown up. An analyst believes that Intel decided to delay the introduction of its Atom 2.0 platform till 2010.

Digitimes Research senior analyst Joanne Chien told Digitimes web-site  that the suppliers of notebooks are still “awaiting the situation to clear up”, as Intel has decided to delay the launch of the new Atom central processing units to early 2010, so as to avoid impacting the netbook market in second-half 2009.

Intel did not comment on the news-story.

Tags: Intel, Pine Trail, Pineview, 45nm

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Maybe Intel will release Pineview with a better IGP as the GMA 950 used now is too low spec and buyers want someting to equal ION
0 0 [Posted by: alpha0ne  | Date: 07/23/09 12:54:04 AM]
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No, can't you see? They will keep shafting the netbook hardware as much as they can to entice people to buy more expensive laptops.
0 0 [Posted by: blzd  | Date: 07/24/09 12:17:08 PM]
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