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Tuesday, 25 September 2007 10:44

In 2010 more notebooks than desktops

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Desktop's days are numbered

 

In this quarter many marker research companies believe that the OEMs will sell more notebooks than desktops and by 2010 the same people expect that there will be more notebooks that desktops and this would really mean the end of an era.

As notebooks are talking more and more market share, the chip, chipset and graphics manufacturers are allocating more people and resources into this area. This is why Intel wants to have good graphics in notebooks and with 45 or even 32 nanometre it will be able to create graphics that won't dissipate much heat.


Heat is a very big enemy of notebooks and chips in general and it still a big problem that is usually solved with expensive and heavy copper heat pipes.

 

 

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