"A cavalcade of notebooks will hit shelves and e-commerce
sites soon, as Intel on Monday will come out with five new notebook
processors, including two low-power chips designed to compete
against Transmeta's Crusoe."
"The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company will release a 750-MHz
Pentium III and two Celerons running at 650-MHz and 600-MHz for the
mainstream notebook market, said sources close to the
"Transmeta, which has developed a low-powered chip for
notebooks, plans to show off at PC Expo later this month a number
of notebooks for the business market from major manufacturers using
its 5400 Crusoe processor."
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