CES 2005 begins

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  1. gxsaurav

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    CES 2005 has begun in Las vega, as always many componies are showing what they got & what they have to show us

    Some highlights

    Intel Dual Core smithfield in action
    Intel 600 Series CPU running Windows XP 64, yes, it's a full 64bit CPU now
    Intel New Centrino, Sonoma
    Mobile Phone running Windows Mobile Edition
    Creatives WIrelessheadphones, (already have them available )

    & much more

    http://www.anandtech.com/tradeshows/showdoc.aspx?i=2317&p=2

    Intel may get the performance crown again soon
     
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    We have a Apple gbook laptop. Its PowerPC processor is amazingly cool (in the sense of heat generated). Intel has a long way to go to match these two parameters (heat vs performance)
     
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    WOW !!

    Did you see the channel ball!!

    A great concept!!!!
     
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    Intel has already learned that the Pentium M architecture is a dam cool & performance wise good architecture, it even beats Athlon64 FX 53 in some benchmarks at anantech

    I guess after the usual dual core shown there, which runs 2 cores at 3 GHz for a total of 6 ghz effective, it will be better to make a dual core cpu with 2 2.5 GHz pentium M, with 2 MB L2 cache each

    However, PowerPC is compleately different architecure, and U can only get it with Apple systems, not retail, because of which Macs are costly
     
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