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Re: Initial Larrabee graphics chip canceled

 
 
Greg N.
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      12-06-2009, 10:28 PM
William wrote:
> They are targeting that chip to business and stupid
> consumer computers who don't know what they want or have any intention of
> upgrading their system. Under $600 notebooks and netbooks and the like.


A cheap notebook that doesn't require a nuclear reactor for power and a
hollywood wind machine for a fan, but still does halfway decent graphics?

Nothing stupid about that.

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