CNET News.com: Notebooks with Transmeta chip arrive in U.S.
Oct 26, 2000, 15:32 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The first laptops using the much-hyped Transmeta chips landed
in the United States on Wednesday, and more are likely headed this
"Tokyo-based Sony is shipping its Vaio C1 PictureBook--a
1-inch thick, 2.2-pound machine based on the 600-MHz Transmeta
TM5600 Crusoe chip--to the States, according to Sony's Web
site. Until now, notebooks containing Transmeta's chips have been
released in Japan only, and in limited numbers."
"The Vaio notebooks that arrived in the United States on
Wednesday were released in Japan Oct. 6. At the time, Sony
executives in the States said they would come to the United States
Oct. 25. A Sony representative did not return calls seeking comment
on how many of the notebooks are available for sale, but Sony's
online store listed the model as available and shipping
- The Register: Transmeta speed debate -- damned lies and benchmarks?
(Oct 25, 2000)
- AllLinuxDevices: Transmeta 'must diversify to survive'
(Oct 19, 2000)
- PC World: Sony's Transmeta: Longer Life, Less Performance(Oct 17, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Transmeta debuts in Japan; U.S. release in three weeks(Oct 07, 2000)
- Transmeta files details of IPO(Oct 02, 2000)
- ZDNet UK/Reuters: Transmeta to offer 13 million shares in IPO(Oct 02, 2000)
- InfoWorld: Transmeta deals point to wireless notebooks(Oct 01, 2000)
- SJ Mercury/Reuters: Transmeta sees five-year lead over Intel(Sep 26, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Fujitsu to release Transmeta notebooks in November(Sep 25, 2000)
- Linux.com: Understanding The Fabless Transmeta(Sep 15, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Transmeta chip to get inside Hitachi notebooks(Sep 07, 2000)
- The Register: Hitachi plans Transmeta Crusoe notebook for November(Sep 07, 2000)
- CNET News.com: Will IBM beat Sony with Transmeta-based laptops?(Sep 06, 2000)
- NY Times: Transmeta's Stock Offering May Buck a Cooling Trend(Aug 30, 2000)