Robbing Crusoe


— 12:30 AM on October 12, 2000

DiM sent word of Intel's plans to challenge Transmeta's Crusoe processor with an accelerated release schedule for their new low-power version of the Pentium III with "SpeedStep" power-saving doohickey action. See this ZD report from the Microprocessor Forum. There's mention of Transmeta's reaction to the news, and Transmeta's talking about 10-12 hour battery life in a laptop PC. So long as you don't use it.

 
   
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