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    Intel's next generation Centrino

    This year we've heard a lot of hype about dual cores, but as of yet they've only made an appearance on server, workstation and to some degree desktop systems, with no sign of them in portables. That's all set to change with Intel's next generation of Centrino, something you may be familiar with under the code name Napa.
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    Intels marketing people are very sensible keeping things simple and easy for the general public who are familiar with their brand names.

    The "Duo" thing is very clever too - making it seem like you have twice the connectivity

    Intels next gen will certainly be incredibly interesting thats for sure
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