TR Reader Pieter Weyand spotted a number of Pentium M motherboards in Hardware Analysis' Computex coverage. DFI and Epox both had boards on display and Epox was even showing a Micro ATX board with three PCI and two DIMM slots. However, none of the boards appear to have AGP slots.
In other Pentium M news, EE Times is reporting that Intel has added a couple of Pentium Ms to its embedded processor line. The Pentium M's ability to shut down dormant processor elements apparently make the chip ideal for embedded applications where low power consumption is extremely important.
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