"Upstart microprocessor maker Transmeta Corp. garnered some
early attention here at PC Expo Tuesday by demonstrating for the
first time its energy-efficient Crusoe chip running on ultralight
notebooks produced by PC manufacturers Hitachi, IBM and NEC."
"In addition, Transmeta displayed a small motherboard
configuration that the company said will be used in an ultralight
laptop currently being developed by Fujitsu."
"Transmeta officials touted the presence of prototype products
from major manufacturers as offering validation of the company's
"While today's display of ultralight notebooks highlighted
Transmeta's first steps into the laptop market, the company has
already secured a major deal in the emerging Internet appliance
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