Tuesday, March 3, 2009

ASUS and MSI show at CeBIT superthin notebook platform CULV

According to a source claiming to manufacturers of laptops, the company ASUSTeK Computer (ASUS) and Micro-Star International (MSI) plans to show at CeBIT, superthin notebook platform Intel CULV (consumer ultra low voltage, the consumer, with super power).

Remember, Intel has proposed a platform CULV in response to the development of AMD as the Yukon. CULV platform is positioned as the basis for ultrathin laptops cost $ 699-899.

In addition to the models X320, MSI will show two models for a series of X-Slim - X340 and X600 (in the picture). These computers will be used by low-voltage versions of single-processor Celeron and Core 2 Solo, or dual-core processors platform Centrino 2.

Currently Intel has about 20 different configurations CULV. The corresponding production system Hewlett-Packard (HP), ASUS and MSI should appear in the supply before the arrival of summer.

The interest of producers to a segment of ultrathin laptops explained simply: these products provide more profit than budget notebook popular with buyers.

Source: www.digitimes.com