Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Dell Gives Inspiron Notebooks 45-nanometer Penryn CPUs

Dell will soon be fitting several of its Inspiron notebooks with Intel's new 45-nanometer Penryn processors.

Dell spokeswoman Anne Camden said that consumers will be able to order Penryn-based Inspiron 1420, 1525 and 1720 systems in the next few weeks. She also noted that Dell will be adding Penryn to its XPS M1330 and plans to offer Penryn processors to more XPS laptop models this spring.

"People want it because it's Intel's newest processor technology," Camden said. "The 45-nanometer technology delivers better performance, and it also brings in better battery performance."

[Source: Computerworld]

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