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    Intel to intro graphene vapour chamber laptop thermal solution

    But it isn't ready to throw its weight behind foldable screen devices, say industry sources.
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    Re: Intel to intro graphene vapour chamber laptop thermal solution

    Bring on the Graphene applications.

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    Re: Intel to intro graphene vapour chamber laptop thermal solution

    Quote Originally Posted by EZLEE View Post
    Bring on the Graphene applications.
    What are you referring to? Heating applications?
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    Re: Intel to intro graphene vapour chamber laptop thermal solution

    Seeing the nest app on my phone using graphene would be something to behold, next thing we know we'll be able to download entire pencils.

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    Re: Intel to intro graphene vapour chamber laptop thermal solution

    I thought Graphene had more potential than this.
    Nice to see Intel making inroads into exotic materials.
    Its a shame that they didn't turn optane into a 128Gb SSD at an affordable price.

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