Originally Posted by MonkeyFaceJ
Thanks for the info. Is there a projected date out for the integrated graphics to support Pentium M processors? I know nothing is in stone, just curious. Thanks again
Well it was supposed to be this fall! Unfortunately there is a rumor that it got delayed. Its part of "centrino2" - code named "sonoma" - and will include some very good stuff beyond the new integrated graphics, like advanced audio (Dolby-Digital 7.1), faster PSB, etc.
Here is a rumor that the rumor of the rumored delay is wrong http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/mobile/...617104320.html
In that article they distinguish between centrino2 and sonoma, which is the first I've seen that done... so things are a little confusing right now.
|Intel said that the Sonoma platform primarily targets the consumers, while the initial Centrino incarnation addressed the needs of business and enterprise users, who are not much interested in loads of multimedia capabilities, but are more concentrated on battery life and wireless LAN capability.
Here is an overview of the up-and-coming centrino2/sonoma stuff:http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/mobile/...920013030.html
btw, here is another very recent article on the nextgen integrated gfx:http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/chi...lay/i915g.html