Sunday, September 28, 2008

Intel Atom Exhibit

The Intel® Atom™ processor is Intel's smallest processor, built with the world's smallest transistors and manufactured on Intel's industry-leading 45nm Hi-k Metal Gate technology. The Intel Atom processor was purpose-built for simple, affordable, netbooks and nettops.
Intel Atom processor-based netbooks and nettops offer both an easy-to-use mobile device with simple interfaces and targeted performance for a good online experience. They are rugged and compact in design, and offer the freedom and flexibility of wireless connectivity.
Great for Internet, these devices are an affordable option for education, photo and video viewing, social networking, voice over IP, e-mail, messaging, browsing, and numerous other Internet activities and basic applications.
Again, I was here to watch the exhibit in an instant. I did not notice that Intel Atom was having an exhibit at MOA. Intel is one of my favorite company and processor. You may notice my blog named Intel828c. This name of mine derived from my favorite chipset Intel series, the 828 is my day and C is my name. These were the processors I assembled (the Intel Pentium 4 socket 478 and socket 775 Dual Core) together with the computer peripherals.

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