Intel demos quad-core Mobile CPU

Mooly Eden, vice president of Intel's mobile platforms group, kicked off IDF Taiwan earlier today. During his keynote presentation, Eden demonstrated a quad-core CPU that will be aimed at mobile computers. The CPU ran Enemy Territory: Quake Wars seamlessly throughout the presentation. The new mobile quad-core, while being very fast, will come at a high […]

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Mooly Eden, vice president of Intel's mobile platforms group, kicked off IDF Taiwan earlier today. During his keynote presentation, Eden demonstrated a quad-core CPU that will be aimed at mobile computers. The CPU ran Enemy Territory: Quake Wars seamlessly throughout the presentation.

The new mobile quad-core, while being very fast, will come at a high cost - a shorter battery life. The CPU will have a 45W TDP that is likely to require some heavy cooling.

Fear not the leg scorching thermal output of this beast though, Intel has also announced a cooling technology that will be more than capable of keeping your laptop cool. The cooling system is based off of compressor technology like that used in air conditioners, refrigerators, and high-end desktop computer systems.

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