The article mentioned Celeron - (as opposed to Celeron M) so this processor would simply not be a good fit for notebook use. The small cache would penalize performance and the lack of the "M" arcihtecture would make it a less than ideal fit for use in a notebook i.e. high power consumption and heat issues. I am not saying that chip would not be useful somewhere else as it could be a good fit for a budget desktop performing typical office or school work i.e. browser, email, microsoft office, etc.
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9/10/05 at 9:54am