Those of you avid CPU watchers and decoder ring fans might want to take a look at Intel's updated CPU price list which was published earlier in the week. Some noteworthy new entries include both single and dual-core Yonahs and new speed grades of Intel's Xeon® processors. Sadly, Itanium® prices remain sky high.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini is scheduled to deliver a keynote address at CES on Thursday. Topics covered are believed to include more on Yonah and Intel's new "Leap ahead™" logo.
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