Netbook with Atom processors will have up to 2 GB of memory

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Following the announcement of plans to update the laptops, Intel has reported good news for those who prefer a more compact netbooks. Beginning in March 2010 will model netbooks, which will have more than 1 GB of RAM. Although the new series of processors will come with the beginning of January next year, going first to N450 such an opportunity would not have. He will still have the restriction is not more than 1 GB.

Will have to wait out the model Atom N470, which will be the "fastest" in the series with a frequency of 1.83 GHz. That is the chipset will have up to 2 GB of RAM. On the basis of the processor N470 will be built netbook, which is part of the line of Pine Trail-M, which receives an integrated graphics adapter and bridge NM10. In addition, it is reported that the model will have a wireless adapter Condor Peak, 1 or 2 GB of RAM, 20 or 32 GB SSD and 160 GB HHD drives. Intel plans to use as a pre-installed operating system Moblin Linux, but manufacturers are free to put XP Home Edition or Windows 7 Starter. Also, the discretion of the manufacturer is the diagonal of the screen (from 7 to 10.2 inches) and the battery (4-cell or less). Cost models by Intel estimated 300 to 350 dollars, but will undoubtedly be more expensive version.