|Originally posted by Element
Not for a while..the processor runs WAY too hot to be put in a notebook as of this moment...
I don't know...The Pentium IV 3.2GHz/EE can be put in Notebooks, and it is easily the hottest-running chip ever to grace desktop PCs (G5 and *AMD included), with a max heat output of 114W(!!), and a typical power output of 92W.(link
), compared to 97 watts (typical?) for the early G5's (link
Then again, Apple has a reputation for making thin, cool-running laptops. Making a 1" thick 12" screen laptop with that kind of chip is going to take some clever engineering, and probably a die shrink. Liquid nitrogen would help, too.