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Tuesday, 24 May 2011 08:29

New Atoms to launch in September

Written by Fuad Abazovic


Cedar Trail gets launch timeframe
Atoms based on Cedar Trail, in both desktop and mobile variants are scheduled to launch sometime in September.

So, you can expect to see netbooks and nettops based on this new and much improved 32nm CPU shortly after the official launch. Atom N2800, a mobile part clocked at 1.86GHz will sell for $47 wholesale price, while the slower dual core N2600 with 1.6GHz clock speed will sell for $42.

The desktop version, branded as Atom D2700 with 1MB cache and 2.13GHz clock, will sell for $52 while the slower D2500 with two cores and two threads support clocked at 1.86GHz will sell for $42 wholesale price.
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