Intel bets on low-cost netbooks with Atom chips

09/27/2011 | Computerworld

Intel's laptop-optimized "Cedar Trail" semiconductors hit the market Monday, with the first Atom-powered netbooks scheduled for release in the fourth quarter, according to the company. The chips come in two versions: the D2700 operates at 2.13GHz and costs $52, while the D2500 runs at 1.86GHz and can be had for $10 less.

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