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The Future of Mobile Internet Devices: Moorestown

Mobile Internet Devices today are powered by the Intel® Atomâ„¢ processor.  At IDF in Taipei last week, Intel showed a demo of the next generation of silicon, codenamed “Moorestown.” This is exciting because it’s going to be lower power and allow OEMs to build smaller devices.

They showed a cool vision video during the keynote that showed possible usages for devices in the future.  Check it out and let us know what you think! 

 

3 Responses to The Future of Mobile Internet Devices: Moorestown

  1. TxLnGhRn says:

    Wow!!! Great video. Can’t wait for a completely integrated ultra-mobile device. Great work guys… keep on posting

  2. okperson says:

    Tell me, how am I spouse to keep such a long or wide cell in my pocket? Really, just look at the size.
    LOVE the features, awesome job with the features but the size you have to work on, please.

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