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November 8th, 2007
Intel Unveils Its 'Penryn' Chip Lineup
The march of the Penryns is getting under way.
On Monday, Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) INTC will roll out a new line of computer processors, code-named Penryn, made with new 45-nanometer circuitry that cuts power use and boosts performance.
With the new transistor design, combined with a new 45-nanometer manufacturing process, Intel can make cheaper, more powerful processors. And that could mean lower price tags for consumers next year on personal computers, servers and a host of electronic goods.
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