"Transmeta Corporation announced today that four PC
manufacturers, Fujitsu, Hitachi, IBM and NEC, are showing
technology demonstrations of ultralight notebooks based on the
Crusoe processor in its booth at PC Expo this week."
"PC OEMs see the value in Crusoe's low power technology for
ultralight notebooks," said Jim Chapman, senior vice president of
sales and marketing at Transmeta Corporation. "We are excited about
their progress and expect to see a rich mix of all day battery life
and/or low power multimedia features that Crusoe helps enable as
part of their product offering in the near future."
"The Crusoe processor provides the potential for lightweight
notebooks to deliver up to eight hours of battery life with all the
functionality users expect."
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