John Walko, EETimes
(09/29/2009 10:09 AM EDT)
LONDON — Dell has unveiled a range of laptops that, for the first time, use a microprocessor based on one of ARM plc's low power cores, sitting side-by-side an Intel Core Duo.
The design-in is a major push forward for the Cambridge, England-based cores provider as it gets its IP embedded in low power devices other than handhelds.
Dell and some other computer makers have already flagged adoption of a hybrid Intel-ARM twin-processor approach.
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