Intel Renames Its Upcoming Notebook Platform Montevina to Centrino 2

18 February 2008 By Shashank

If the sources are to be believed Intel has decided to rename its brand name of upcoming Montevina platform to Centrino 2 for the notebook market. This move from Intel would help in clearing up the confusion for customers about which Intel brand to go for.

Intel is set to launch the Centrino 2 platform in Computex Taipei 2008 along with six 45nm notebook CPUs, all with a 1066MHz FSB. Core speeds will range between 2.26-3.06GHz and prices between US$209-851 in 1000-unit tray quantities.

Intel will then launch seven 45nm SFF (small form factor) notebook CPUs, similar to those used in Apple’s MacBook Air and soon other ultra-portable notebooks, in the third quarter of this year.

Currently Intel is having numerous notebook platforms like Centrino,Sonama,Carmel, Napa and Santa Rosa.

Via Digitimes

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