Intel announces more mobile CPUs
Paul Otellini, Vice President of Intel, presented a mobile Pentium III with 1 GHz at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Jose. The processor should be available in the next few weeks. In addition, the Tualatin, the successor to the Pentium III, was shown together with the i830 chipset in a notebook.
It is manufactured using 0.13 µm technology, which means that its voltage consumption is relatively low, but not as much Heat develops and thus higher clock frequencies are possible. The first notebooks with the Tualatin and 1.3 GHz should come onto the market in the third quarter of this year.