Intel beefs up mobile line
AnandTech's Intel Developer Forum Day 2 report is filled with spicy details on Intel's plans for the mobile market. Intel formally announced its 855GME chipset, which uses a faster integrated graphics core and supports DDR333 memory. The 855GME's graphics core is also capable of dynamically adjusting a laptop screen's brightness depending on what's being displayedmore brightness where you need it, less where you don't.
Intel also officially announced its "Dothan" Pentium M processor, which will launch at 1.8GHz and come with 2MB of L2 cache in the fourth quarter of this year. With Prescott's heat dissipation apparently over 100W, it will interesting to see how Intel's 0.09-micron mobile chips deal with heat.